Classic Fishing Lures & Tackle by Eric Lowell SorensonClassic Fishing Lures & Tackle by Eric Lowell Sorenson

Classic Fishing Lures & Tackle

byEric Lowell Sorenson

Hardcover | May 1, 2011

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An entertaining overview of vintage fishing gear, this book takes you back in time to fishing's golden age. Remember when the lakes were constantly full and the rivers ran a little faster each year? Memories of your favorite fishing hole will come flooding back when you take a look through the gorgeous photographs included in Classic Fishing Lures and Tackle.

Stunning artwork completes this nostalgic look at the sport of fishing, including intricate still life photographs of collectible lures and flys, fish spearing decoys, bobbers and sinkers, plus period ads and literature.

Do you have a fishing enthusiast in your life? Or are you more interested in taking up fishing as a hobby during retirement? Whether you grew up fishing or are just curious about the early years of the sport, Classic Fishing Lures and Tackle is a joy to look through with classic lures and tackle as well as modern pieces. Female fisherman will love this book just as much as fathers and grandfathers do. With information on all the classic manufacturers, such as Heddon, Pflueger, Shakespeare, South Bend, and Orvis, this makes the perfect gift for yourself or the fishing enthusiast and collector on your giving list!

Eric L. Sorenson, an award winning sports editor and outdoors writer based in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area, began fishing thirty years ago as a child, exploring the pristine lakes of northern Minnesota and the Twin Cities with his grandfather. Eric, who earned his bachelor of arts degree from the University of Minnesota's School of J...
Title:Classic Fishing Lures & TackleFormat:HardcoverDimensions:144 pages, 9.41 × 7.24 × 0.98 inPublished:May 1, 2011Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0785828443

ISBN - 13:9780785828440