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"MINNOWS--Seining & Trapping" offers complete, illustrated instruction on the use of minnow seines and minnow traps. This 28-page booklet offers the first-ever collection of how-to-do techniques and methods for those wanting to catch their own bait fish. Whether collecting bait for fishing, bait for fur trapping, or native species (such as rainbow darters and red-sided daces) for stocking a home aquarium, here is the information needed in one volume. Ever hear of "structure" for collecting bait fish? How about the proper way to seine in lakes or large rivers? How do you successfully operate minnow traps without bait? The answers to these questions and others are covered in "MINNOWS--Seining & Trapping".
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Richard E. Faler, Jr. born in 1954, is a native of Greenville, Pennsylvania.
Most of his life has had an outdoor orientation. He has troubleshot the mongoose nuisance trapping program in Haleakala National Park for the Department of the Interior, foot-snared black bear in Maine and professionally hunted fox in six states and Ontario.
He has been awarded over 40 world records for fish caught in northwestern Pennsylvania and is Pennsylvania representative for the International Game Fish Association.
Rich's first freelanced article sold to "Fur-Fish-Game" magazine during his junior year of high school. His second sold during his first year at Thiel college. He has sold hundreds of freelanced articles since.
In 1978, Rich launched his first periodical, "Flyrodder". Three years later he sold it. In 1979, he self-published "The Fox Caller's Guide", a 64-page, how-to-do book that made him a good profit and pushed him permanently into self-publishing.
Since this beginning during 1978-79, he has self-published 19 books and started three more magazines. His continuing credits include masthead status on a number of regional and national magazines, and full-time editorship of "The Trapper & Predator Caller" from 1985 to 1990.
In 1988, Rich and wife Kristen began Beaver Pond Publishing & Printing. This business was a two-fold combination of publishing house and commercial printer. Before beginning Beaver Pond, Rich learned to layout, shoot negatives, run press and finish jobs by renting a local facility after hours and by working for three different printers. This intense and varied experience was brought together in the forming of Beaver Pond. Here, Rich and Kris began to help others in their self-publishing projects. This has become their specialty. The business incorporated in 1997 and Rich is now Publications Director for Beaver Pond. He is also editor of their magazine "BAIT Fisherman" and continues to produce his own books.
Rich is a charter member of the Kentucky Outdoor Press Association and past member of the Outdoor Writers Association of America. He had been an active member of the Pennsylvania Outdoor Writers Association since 1978, served on the board of directors and subsequently became president in 1999.
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Book Description Beaver Pond Pub, 1999. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P11188139901X
Book Description Beaver Pond Pub, 1999. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M188139901X