Fish of Michigan Field Guide

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Paperback: 176 pages
Dimensions: 4.3750" x 6"
Product Code: 31935

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Fish of Michigan Field Guide

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Make identifying fish easy and enjoyable. The field guide features detailed information about 73 species of Michigan fish, and its waterproof pages make it perfect for the dock or boat. Read fascinating facts on spawning behavior, feeding habits and more. Plus, compare your best catches to the state and North American records. With inside information for locating fishing hotspots, this book is essential for every tackle box, beach bag, RV and cabin.

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The Oakland Press

Outdoors Notebook A new, handy, pocket sized book, "Fish of Michigan-Field Guide," by Dave Bosanko is available at bookstores. The 174 pages are waterproof, making it useful on the boat as well as in the stream. Excellent photography helps describe fish, so there's no mistake knowing what species you just caught. Fish species are arranged in families - catfish, gar, minnow, perch, salmon, and many more. Included is a Master Angler list for all species including weight, where caught and date. Some topics include how to handle fish, measuring, diseases, anatomy, scientific name, habitat, range, food, and reproduction. A wealth of information for any angler, this will be a handy refer? ence now and for years to come. Special writer - Roger Beukema

Dave Bosanko

Dave Bosanko was born in Kansas and studied engineering before following his love of nature to degrees in biology and chemistry from Emporia State University. He spent thirty years as staff biologist at two of the University of Minnesota's field stations. Though his training was in mammal physiology, Dave worked on a wide range of research projects ranging from fish, bird and mammal population studies to experiments with biodiversity and prairie restoration. A lifelong fisherman and avid naturalist, he is now spending his retirement writing, fishing and traveling.

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