This book is a concise and comprehensive introduction to the world of sea angling. It covers the two main aspects of the sport: fishing from shore and boat fishing. A visual gallery provides information about the major species that the salt-water angler is likely to encounter, from the common cod and bass to the more challenging blue shark and thornback ray. Helpful advice is given on recognition, size potential and feeding habits, as well as top tips for catching fish. Separate sections deal with the use of natural and artificial baits, and the different types available. The book is an essential guide for both the beginner and the more experienced salt-water angler.
Very complete and in many points still actual guide to the art of fishing at sea, first issued in 1884. The author won serveral prizes with this book.
Fishing – we do it in ponds, creeks, great rivers, the deep sea. Some fall under the spell of the chase, some spend a lifetime trying to tie the perfect fly, some just like sitting on the pier for hours. These are tales of the fishing adventures and misadventures of amateurs and pros, one-time anglers, families and friends, in the stunning landscape of Australia.
Written by a former medical doctor with experience in both orthodox and alternative medicine, this book aims to provide a clear and balanced outline of the holistic healing approach for both healthcare professionals and general readers. 'Can I help my own recovery by improving my diet, taking more exercise, meditating, having a positive attitude, and reducing my stress levels?' 'Can I use therapies like acupuncture, homoeopathy and herbal medicines as well as drugs and surgery, or even instead of them?' 'Where can I find good information about approaches like these?' 'And why did I get this illness - does it have some meaning and purpose in my life?' Such questions are of vital importance to many of those who are coping with health problems in themselves or in their families, and who want to play an active part in controlling the symptoms and improving the medical prognosis. But many doctors, nurses and other clinicians with an orthodox background feel uncomfortable with them, being unable or unwilling to provide their patients with helpful guidance about 'natural healing' and 'the holistic approach', and sometimes responding in negative ways when they hear these terms. Both mainstream treatments and natural therapies can form part of a holistic programme, and it is seldom helpful to regard orthodox and alternative treatments as polar opposites. But the integrative model which combines the best of both is only practised by a few experts in a few centres, so people on the illness 'journey' who choose to depart from the main highway of orthodox treatment sometimes find themselves on a rather lonely path without clear maps or easy access to support services. This book offers practical guidance about what patients can do to help themselves, what pitfalls to look out for, and how clinicians can provide support. It includes brief reviews of underlying theory, with selected references to other books, websites and the academic literature. It also includes original case histories written by contributors with personal experience of the approaches described. Readers' comments: "Very clear and balanced, not dismissing conventional medicine but allowing and supporting alternatives." "It's a joy to read, it's WHOLE and informative, warm, lovely, precise, elegant and gentle and full of tremendous stories. I loved every single word. Pure gold." "A wonderfully refreshing look at humankind and how the disease process affects us all ... a most worthwhile read."
A simple, sweet, irresistible board book about a little fishing adventure- [LG1] featuring the beloved blabla dolls!
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