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Spinner Fishing for Steelhead, Salmon and Trout (Anglais) Broché – 1 décembre 1985

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Book by Davis Jed

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HASH(0x8ed242ac) étoiles sur 5 An outstanding description of a highly effective method 13 novembre 1998
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Format: Broché
If you thought you understood steelhead fishing before reading this book, you are in for a big surprise. Davis not only explains the theory of how and why steelhead act the way they do, but he clearly and efficiently puts it to practical use by showing anglers exactly what spinners to fish in all conditions and how to fish them. As he points out in the opening chapter, nothing is left out or glossed over. He goes into excruciating detail on everything. But don't, for a minute, think this will bore you. You will be on the edge of your seat as he tears apart conventional beliefs and introduces you to whole new way of looking at things. For example, most trout and salmon anglers think that steelhead become lethargic in cold water and must be angled for with tiny baits. Well, here comes Jed Davis with a silver-plated #5 spinner in 32 degree water. I must say that I laughed my head off at first. Like how did this thing ever get published? Surely, this man had to be a lunatic. But I tried the technique in upstate New York and at my parents house near Bellingham, Washington. I hate to say this but his system works. Most guys keep this type of thing a secret. Not Davis. This is more like true confessions of an expert steelheader. Regardless of the method you fish, this book will give you tremendous practical insight. Definitely one of the best fishing books I ever read.
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HASH(0x8ed24714) étoiles sur 5 Excellent all around guide for fishing steelhead, esp in NW 5 octobre 1997
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Format: Broché
More than just a book on lure selection and presentation, Jed Davis describes how optimal lure size and color differs according to water temp, sunlight and water color. Viewing spinners as 'attractors' makes spinner fishermen much closer to fly fishermen than they might otherwise think.
Davis' love of fishing -- bordering on the obsessional -- permeates the book and makes it more entertaining to read than most how-to books are. (It also raises the question "What does this guy do for a living?" He fishes only weekdays, and you have to sell a lot of spinners to pay the rent.)

As a new steelhead fisherman, I read and re-read the book to good effect. It took a couple of readings before I gleaned two key points. First, this technique works best on smaller rivers and streams. Second, being the first angler of the day to present an 'attractor' (i.e. spinner) in a size which almost (but not quite) spooks the fish is the best way to catch steelhead. There are a certain percentage of 'aggressive' (read 'dumb') fish in the river on any given day and Jed Davis' goal is to present his spinner to as many of these fish as possible. Using the author's techniques works, particularly if you sight fish and are prepared to cover a lot of water. Reminds me (somewhat) of the Teeny method of fly fishing for steelies: put it in front of their noses and slam'em!
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HASH(0x8ed24690) étoiles sur 5 Easy read with many useful hints 15 août 2007
Par DML - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
If you're into spinner fishing, this book has many helpful suggestions and is an easy read.

Jed Davis's book is well organized and follows a logical pattern that makes his suggestion easy to understand and follow.

Best of all, I think Jed's book improved my fishing.
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HASH(0x8ed244a4) étoiles sur 5 Great Book! 18 décembre 2007
Par Jay Chan - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
Admittedly I was a bit shocked when I opened this book and find it was full of text and had mainly black-and-white pictures. I get so used to books that have color pictures and not that much text, and I am not quite comfortable in reading books that are full of text. But I change my mind after I started reading it. The author is very analytical about his observation and recommendation. I find the author very convincing in presenting his case (given that I am not a steelhead fisherman). I really recommend this book, and I will definitely pay attention to any other book that this author may come up.
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HASH(0x8ed24600) étoiles sur 5 Great Book! 31 mai 2007
Par S. L. Masterman - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book was everything I expected and more. Not only did it offer specific tips every season of steelheading, but offered valuable tips on making your own spinners as well. I'd highly recommend this book to anybody wanting advanced knowledge of fishing and spinners.
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