The Snook Book by Frank Sargeant
(Inshore Series)

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Where to find more snook than ever beforeSnook tackle that won’t let you downLive bait expertise—finding it and fishing itGiant snook—best times, techniques, tacklePlug casting, spinning and flyroddingThe Snook Book will make you a better snook fisherman.

About Frank Sargeant

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Frank Sargeant has been an integral part of the restoration of the redfish throughout the 1980s. He has closely covered developments in the management and biology of the species for more than 20 years, first as a guide, then as a writer and editor. His journalistic efforts have put him into contact with most of the nation’s finest redfish anglers, from the shores of Texas, throughout the sweep of the Gulf Coast, into nearly every estuarine system in Florida, and along the Atlantic Coast to the Outer Banks of the Carolinas. Sargeant’s writing and photography have earned more than 40 national awards in the past decade. He is also the author of the companion volume The Snook Book.
Published December 1, 1990 by Derrydale Press. 159 pages
Genres: Nature & Wildlife, Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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