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Would you like to learn fly fishing but do not know where to start? Rick Robinson and Wade DeHate have written the right book for you. In A Fish Ate My Homework, they will share all the secrets a beginner angler needs to know to get started. Here you will learn what equipment you need, how to fish, how to catch and release your fish, and even get some ideas on how to cook it if that is your purpose. In addition to the suggestions of the authors, the book includes tips from many other anglers. This will give you an even clearer picture, thanks to the varied experiences of different people.
A Fish Ate My Homework is a book that intrigued me because I have a relative who goes fly fishing regularly and, occasionally, I go with him. Rick Robinson and Wade DeHate reminded me of a lot of the advice he gave me on those occasions, but I must admit that they explain everything more clearly - to remind us of the power of books! I enjoyed discovering many things I did not know, such as tenkara fishing, tying knots, and many tasty recipes. I also liked that the book includes sections dedicated to couples fishing and fishing with children because both offer food for thought. If you want to learn fly fishing, my advice is to read A Fish Ate My Homework as soon as possible and have fun with your new favorite hobby.