The heftiest, best illustrated book on long-range fishing ever printed: At the Rail: Long-Range Fishing, by Bill Roecker. It’s a big coffee-table volume of 208 pages with high-quality printing and paper, featuring color on every page. What’s inside? The best bites ever seen, the closest calls, oddest events, the most gratifying results and heartbreaking losses are in this great new book.
At the Rail is a landmark saltwater volume, for the general audience as well as anglers, with history, expert tips, profiles of legendary anglers like Bill Poole, Frank LoPreste, Carl Newell, Russ Izor and the sport’s major companies. It includes high-quality color photos, including two-page spreads, location and tackle information, war stories from fishermen, the most significant catches, scientific data from Kurt Schaefer of the Inter-American Tropical Tuna Commision, details of record fish and Roecker's personal long range adventures over the past 30 years. This book is a must-have for all ocean anglers.
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- Deserves Multiple Readings
- Easy To Understand
- Well Written
- Travel Reading
Comments about At the Rail: Long Range Fishing:
This book really is outstanding. If you had ANY interest whatsoever in saltwater fishing on the Pacific, this book is a must have. Great history, how to's, maps, and it covers just about any type of game fish you could catch from Southern California down to beyond Cabo. Beautiful layout, too.