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by M. Paul Keesler
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  • Author:
    M. Paul Keesler
  • ISBN:
    0964537214
  • ISBN13:
    978-0964537217
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  • Publisher:
    North Country Books (April 1, 1995)
  • Pages:
    176 pages
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    1824 kb
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    1815 kb
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    1440 kb
  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    393
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The most comprehensive book ever written on canoeing and fishing the rivers and streams of New York State. Describes how to select a canoe, how to handle and fish from a canoe, how to select the right fishing tackle, and how to plan a canoe-fishing trip.

The most comprehensive book ever written on canoeing and fishing the rivers and streams of New York State. Provides "guided" canoe-fishing trips on 25 rivers and streams throughout New York State. Features illustrations, maps. The most comprehensive book ever written on canoeing and fishing the rivers and streams of New York State.

Easy Canoeing-Great Fishing. Published July 2001 by North Country Books. Internet Archive Wishlist, Canoes and canoeing, Fishing, Rivers.

Are you sure you want to remove Canoe-fishing New York rivers and streams from your list? Canoe-fishing New York rivers and streams. easy canoeing, great fishing. Published 1995 by Mid-York Sportsman, North Country Books, distributor in Prospect, ., Utica, NY.

New York : Forest and Stream.

Covering a total of 63 rivers and streams, this 224-page, soft-cover book is by far the .

Covering a total of 63 rivers and streams, this 224-page, soft-cover book is by far the best written on this watershed, and its where-to, how-to information doesn't end there. The book provides detailed information on guides, captains, boat launches, bait shops, county tourism offices, state and county parks and agencies. The only thing it doesn't do is put a fish on your hook. Dick Nelson New York Daily News, September 18, 2014).

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Canoe-Fishing New York Rivers and Streams is a well-thought-out, well-put-together treatise on the subject. Well-done book, and the pictures and illustrations are top notch.

very nice campground. laid out well for everyone to enjoy a great camping experience ays clean. had fun canoeing down the river with all my friends we had a great time. fire pits and picnic tables were great.

The most comprehensive book ever written on canoeing and fishing the rivers and streams of New York State. Describes how to select a canoe, how to handle and fish from a canoe, how to select the right fishing tackle, and how to plan a canoe-fishing trip.

Provides "guided" canoe-fishing trips on 25 rivers and streams throughout New York State.

Features illustrations, maps and dozens of color photographs.


Moonworm
Canoe-Fishing New York Rivers and Streams is an easily readable book full of basic canoeing and fishing skills. Mr. Keesler has a talent for sharing information through his writings that is easily understood by all, especially the beginner sportsman. The book takes you through steps of what to look for in a canoe, equipment needed, and basic canoeing skills. The book identifies waters that are proven fishable and wildlife that may be viewed. Canoe-Fishing New York Rivers and Streams is a great starter book for interested sportpersons thniking about exploring a new sport. A must read book for the novice.
MeGa_NunC
This is a good reference for canoe fishing in upstate NY. Good information, tips, and stream descriptions. Very satistied with it and looking forward to following some of the book's recommendations as soon as the snow melts and water levels get back to normal.