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At The Rail

Long Range Fishing

 

November 15, 2012



The heftiest, best-illustratedbook on long range fishing: At The Rail: Long Range Fishing, by Bill Roecker, has been recently released by Oceanic Productions. The big new 208-page coffee-table volume is colorful, about the best bites ever seen, the closest calls, oddest events, the most gratifyingresults and heartbreaking losses of the original extreme sport. It’s printed on high-quality slick paper and is available in hard and soft covers.

At The Rail shows fishing for giant yellowfin tuna, and wahoo, Dorado, yellowtail and other species. It covers the area from San Diego to Clipperton Atoll and Panama, with much about the Revillagigedos archipelago, Baja’s southern banks, northern Baja’s offshore islands, and the open waters south of San Diego, where most of the summer fishing for albacore, bluefin tuna and yellowtail takes place. Winter long ranging goes to the southern climes, targeting giant yellowfin tuna and wahoo. The book is loaded with sharp photos of the scenic spots and action shots of anglers contending with the huge fish often encountered on long range trips. History of the sport and profiles of best-known skippers, manufacturers and anglers are included.

At The Rail is alandmark saltwater book for expert anglers and the general audience, with high-quality color photos and art, species information, fishing locations and tackle, war stories from fishermen, stories of the most significant catches, details of record fish and Roecker’s personal long range adventures over the past 30 years. This book is a must-have for all ocean anglers.

 

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