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Fishing: Largemouth Bass, Catfish, Bluegill (Freshwater Fishing Book 1) by George Olsen 4.1 Stars (34 Reviews)    Price verified 12 hours ago

3 Great Fishing Guides 1 Low Price • Bass • Catfish • Bluegill • Tips • Tricks • Tactics • Baits • Lures • More Download Your Copy Today

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 115 Pages (2,964 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 30th, 2020

A Soccer Life in Shorts by Mark Vincent Lincir (Leftback Publishing LLC) 4.0 Stars (58 Reviews)    Price verified 17 hours ago

Getting a yellow card at age eight... snubbing an internationally reknown goalkeeper and having the only bicycle kick he's ever scored called back are just a few of the many hilarious and inspirational true stories in this collection of short stories, poems and pictures from a lifetime in soccer by Mark Vincent Lincir.

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 71 Pages (609 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 30th, 2020

Catfishing: Tips and Tricks for Catching Catfish by George Olsen 3.8 Stars (34 Reviews)    Price verified 12 hours ago

Catfishing, Fishing Tips, Tactics, Tackle and more... The perfect guide for beginners, and anyone looking to gain a few extra tips and tricks for catching Channel Catfish. Here is a sample of what you will learn • About Channel Catfish • Prime Catfish Locations • Feeding Habits • Knots • Cut and Prepared Baits • Live Bait • Rigs • Boat Fishing Tips • Bank Fishing Tips • And much much more In North America, the most common catfish is the Channel catfish. They are so numerous that Tennessee, Iowa, Missouri, and Nebraska have all named it as their official fish. But what separates them from other catfish species? Channel catfish are native to fresh water areas, including reservoirs, lakes, streams, ponds, and rivers. They will usually choose a location with good breeding areas, an adequate food supply, and fairly warm temperatures. Channel cats prefer to build nests for spawning in hidden, hollow logs, rock ledges, and undercut banks, so the presence ...

Genre: Sports & Outdoors [x]
Length: 43 Pages (1,354 KB)
Lending: Enabled
Added: Oct 30th, 2020
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