The most successful private boat anglers have one thing in common they try to learn something new every time out. Not every trip is going to be a slammer, but if you stay tuned in to your surroundings and what the ocean is trying to teach you, every fishing day will reward you with valuable lessons that will make you a better angler. Capt. Mark Wisch has taken some of the most important lessons he s learned from more than 40 years on the water and shared them in his brand new book, Lessons From a Lifetime on the Water, Eight Essential Rules to Fish By. Wisch s third book following the successful In The Gray and Between Two and Twenty Fathoms is somewhat of a departure from his previous detailed, nuts-and-bolts instructional writing style. Instead, it establishes some fundamental themes for successful fishing and relates dozens of entertaining and funny stories that helped shape Wisch into who he is today an expert angler who still loves learning as much as he does teaching. Those earlier books were like detailed instruction manuals on how and where to catch fish, said Wisch. Writing this book forced me to look at the deeper elements of how I fish, why I fish and why I love it so much. I sincerely hope that reading this will help make others not only more proficient anglers, but fishermen who gain more fulfillment, wisdom and enjoyment from every precious moment on the water, Wisch added. This 208-page, hardcover book will make anybody a better fisherman in more ways than just fish counts. Chapter One, The Natural Order of Things, teaches anglers about the importance of timing. Chapter Two, Above the Sun, explains the key element of positioning. The Extra Mile, the book s third chapter, is about the importance of going the distance. Chapter Four, Soon Comin , teaches patience, a critical and hard-to-learn attribute for angling success. The fifth chapter Details covers all the little things that play such a big part in catching fis
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Captain Mark Wisch owns and operates Pacific Edge Tackle, manufactures a complete line of live bait tanks, writes columns for Western Outdoors, calls in a weekly fish report to Lets Talk Hookup(1090AM) and still finds time to fish aboard his 25 Parker Pacific Edge. Mark graduated from Cal Poly, Pomona with a degree in marketing and currently resides in Huntington Beach, California with his wife Chris and their dog Emma. His first two books, Between Two and Twenty Fathoms and In The Gray are available on their website... www.pacificedgetackle.comReview:
In this extremely entertaining read, Mark captures and shares those key intangibles that separate the truly great fishermen from the rest of the pack. This little book will teach you how to be the best you can be! --Pete Gray, Let's Talk Hookup Radio Show, 1090 AM
"...The greatest lessons in the world are always taught and illustrated through stories...Mark has passed along a lifetime of angling knowledge and hard-learned lessons in this amazing little book of wisdom. You will read it in one sitting...then immediately want to read it again!..." --Rob Sanford, General ManagerSundance Marine / Parker Boats, San Diego
In Lessons... Captain Mark Wisch shows his expertise as an angler is equaled by his prowess as a storyteller. The reader gets a glimpse into the heart of a true fisherman in a way that instructs, entertains and most of all inspires those of us who love the sport. --Rob Webster
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Book Description Pacific Edge Press, 2007. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110974673722