So Many Fish, So Little Time
1001 of the World's Greatest Backcountry Honeyholes, Trout Rivers, Blue Ribbon Waters, Bass Lakes, and Saltwater Hot SpotsBook - 2007
A visitor's reference to some of the world's top fishing spots makes recommendations for anglers needing to fulfill specific adventure, trophy, and budget goals, in a guide that profiles sites in such areas as the Amazon, Guatemala, and the Florida coast. Original. 35,000 first printing.
Ever dreamed of following in Hemingway's footsteps and fishing in the Basque country of Spain? Or casting your line in the urban jungle of New York City? How about reeling in a 150-lb. tarpon off the coast of Florida?
In So Many Fish, So Little Time, expert fisherman Mark D. Williams takes you to the 1,001 places all anglers should visit before they go to that great fishing paradise in the sky. From milkfish in the Seychelles to sailfish off Guatemala to Arctic char at the top of the world, he'll take you on a lively and informative trip to the most beautiful, bountiful, and fish-laden waters in the world. The only angler's guide to essential places to fish that covers the entire world, So Many Fish, So Little Time is truly a fish tale like no other.