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The Canberra fisherman

CollectionsANU Press (1965- Present)
Title: The Canberra fisherman
Author(s): Pratt, Bryan Harry
Date published: 1979
Publisher: Canberra, ACT : Australian National University Press
The Canberra region contains a wide variety of lakes and rivers and more than twenty species of introduced and native fish. This book describes in detail the angling resources of the region. It contains detailed descriptions of the fish, their distribution, feeding, breeding and migratory habits and the special characteristics which make many of them unique in the angling world. It is written for the estimated 70,000 Canberra anglers but is applicable to angling throughout Australia. It is designed to be enjoyed by anglers of all ages, dilettante or serious sport fishermen, naturalists, scientists, conservationists, or people who simply enjoy reading another fascinating chapter on Australia{u2019}s remarkable native and introduced aquatic wildlife.


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