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At the Water's Edge - Martin James

At the Water's Edge - Martin James
 
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From tiddlers to tarpon, from the Avon to the Amazon, Martin James’s latest book takes the reader on an exciting angling and travel experience to vastly different destinations. Feel the heat of the Caribbean sun on your back and the sand between your toes as you accompany Martin on a bone-fishing expedition. Shiver on the bank of the River Ribble as you fish for barbel in the early morning mist. Martin James’s latest book is about more than just fishing: it is a travelogue, a country file, a biography and a lot more, and there is a section entitled ‘Miscellany’ in which a fascinating range of topics are covered.

Martin has achieved so much in his life despite being an MS sufferer from the age of forty, and a diabetic. His first book 'Up Against It' covered his struggle to be a 'normal' angler; this new book is much more than a sequel. Martin's life has touched many people and his charity work has helped the lot of others. He has rightfully earned the recognition of his peers in the angling world. At the Water’s Edge with Martin James is dedicated to those two great anglers: Richard Stuart Walker and Bernard Venables.

The book, which is printed on high quality, semi-glossy paper, is illustrated in the text with pictures capturing events and scenes that Martin and the various contributors have written about, including black and white images from the 1960s and 70s of the mysterious Redmire Pool, where Richard Walker caught his then record 44lb carp. There are invited contributions from Gary Newman, Len Arbery, Trevor Bross, Mick Holgate, Martin Salisbury, Phil Chun, Will Carter and Scott Richmond.

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Author: Martin James
Publisher: First Nature
Format: Hardback
Pages: 364
ISBN: TBA

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