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Anglers Library: Long Islands Best Freshwater Fishing
Nov 28, 2007

Anglers Library: Long Islands Best Freshwater Fishing

Can you name six Long Island lakes that have produced largemouth bass weighing over nine pounds? Do you know the most productive beats and fly patterns for catching monster brown and rainbow trout on the Connetqout and Nissequogue Rivers? Can you nail a 30-pound carp, catch a pickerel as long as your arm or tempt walleyes, crappie and bronzebacks within a few miles of home? Can you find Bubbles Falls, Rattlesnake Creek, Deep Pond, Wildwood Lake or Swan Pond?

Youll learn all this and more from Long Islands Best Freshwater Fishing, by Newsday outdoors columnist Tom Schlichter. This 144-page book covers more than 70 of Long Islands most productive freshwater honey holes. From Prospect Park Lake in Brooklyn to Big Reed Pond in Montauk, Schlichter provides keen insight about when, where and how to fish at each of the waters discussed. Over 100 high-quality photos all taken on Long Island - cover the action in detail. From lunker lakes and fast-action hot spots, to super lures and techniques that work anywhere, Schlichter covers every angle.

Tom Schlichter is an award-winning outdoors columnist with a well-earned reputation for catching monster bass, trout, carp and pickerel in local waters. A resident of Southold, New York, he has fished Long Islands rivers, streams, lakes and ponds for over 40 years. There is no guess-work here - Schlichter has personally caught big fish at every location covered.

The book is available for $16.95 at local tackle shops and bookstores, and on the web at www.OutdoorTom.com. Copies can also be ordered by mail at: OutdoorTom Corporation, P.O. Box 462, Southold, NY 11971 (include $3.50 for tax, postage and handling).
 
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