San Diego, California (PRWEB) September 04, 2011
Worms are perhaps the best known and most widely used of all live baits. This month they are being celebrated by the folks at http://www.theclassicoutdoorsman.com as they offer a free download of the book, Worm Fishing Takes Skill.
This down-to-earth wormy book reveals timeless approaches to fishing with worms that many of today’s fishermen may not know…or have forgotten. Gathered from the accounts of fishing pros from around the turn of the century, it begins with advice on how to hunt worms and then store them for later use. Worm fishing techniques for success in lake, still water and stream fishing are discussed, including how to fish in weeded and weedless bottoms. When should an angler use a sinker or bobber? What are the two best drifting approaches when there is a worm on the hook? When should a fisherman abandon worms and move to flies? Answers to these questions and many more are offered between the pages of this free book.
Worm Fishing Takes Skill provides evidence that, while fish like to eat worms, to catch the fish you have to do something more than merely drop a baited hook into the water.
There is also an opportunity for visitors to this outdoor resource website to join a forum where they are encouraged to share tales of “the one that got away,” or display photos of proud catches, talk equipment and technique…anything and everything about fishing.
For information on free, downloadable classic books on hunting, fishing, and camping…or to join the Classic Outdoor Forum, visit http://www.theclassicoutdoorsman.com