Found the perfect book for Master Whaleoil

After my Face of the day this morning about the snapper our son caught I was contacted by Michael Rendle the New Zealand author of a new book, ‘How to catch fish and where.’

He has very generously offered to send Master Whaleoil a signed copy.

Master Whaleoil is an avid reader but unlike the rest of the family he does most of his reading online. He is the cuckoo in the nest as he only reads Non- fiction while the rest of us love fiction. As he has a technical mind I know he will love this book as reading for him is all about absorbing new information.

Yesterday he eagerly took pointers from an experienced fisherman who was fishing in the same spot. I can really see the value in a book like this as experience and knowledge passed on can get an amateur experiencing success very fast.

In fact it took a simple change of bait for Master Whaleoil to catch his first snapper, bait given to him by the experienced fisherman.

How to catch fish and where

How to catch fish and where by Mike Rendle

Drawing from more than four decades of fishing experience throughout New Zealand and the Pacific, Mike Rendle has written a book that will be loved by fishermen of all levels and ages but is targeted primarily at those who may be new to the sport.

It is a book packed-full of colour, description, diagrams and detail. If you don’t know your ratchet from your reel seat, have no idea how to rig a softbait, or use a squid for bait, then you are going to love this book!

The style is easy to read, simple to follow and includes lots of tips and hints.


If you would like one you can get a signed copy too if you purchase it here

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