Anglers Guide to Shore Fishing Southwest Florida available for FREE for a limited time!

Get your copy today of this detailed guide that packs all the practical knowledge and tips you would expect from a professional guide. Detailed maps and aerial photos show you where to go. A photographic fish identification section will help you know what fish you have caught. Tips from your guide are included, along with illustrations showing you what to use and how to catch quality fish, so that you can have a great day shore fishing in sunny Southwest Florida.
Anglers Guide to Shore Fishing Southwest Florida
Anglers Guide to Shore Fishing Southwest Florida
Oct. 3, 2013 - PRLog -- Download your copy of this book for FREE from Oct 4 – Oct 8, 2013 by visiting

This book focuses on recreational and visiting anglers unfamiliar with this area and the fishing techniques that are most effective here. This information can take years off the time it takes an angler new to this area to get oriented and become successful.

•USGS Beta Series high altitude photographic maps show channels, flats, grass beds, parking areas and access points - stuff shore anglers need to know.

•Detailed directions guide you to 30 excellent salt water shore fishing destinations, plus many freshwater spots.

•Tips from your guides [and local authors] describe each destination and suggest the best baits, lures, and tactics for each area.

•Instructional pages with great information on the essentials of beach fishing and bay fishing, including piers and wade fishing.

•Guidelines for tackle and tools needed to fish this area.

•Clear illustrations show riggings, lures, and ways to hook bait for best results.

•Special section on kayak fishing Southwest Florida helps anglers understand how to fish from a kayak (even a rental).

•Fish identification pages show real people with beach, bay and nuisance fish they caught and feature common sizes of fish, NOT all trophy fish.

•Tips for staying safe in Southwest Florida, where beach and bay environments may be unfamiliar to visiting anglers.

Reviews for Angler's Guide to Shore Fishing Southwest Florida

"This little book packs a massive amount of useful information into an incredibly small package. With it in your pocket, you can go to a completely unfamiliar area and realistically expect to catch fish. For those who can't afford to hire a professional or can't book one on short notice, this book is the next best thing." -Josh Olive Publisher, WaterLine Weekly Magazine

"I've known Les and Kimball Beery for many years. They are accomplished anglers who really understand fishing. They've hit a home run with this book. They tell you where to fish, how to get there and how to fish it based on their countless years of research. The average angler can be successful with this book as their guide."
-Capt. Rick Grassett, Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.

About the Authors

Authors Les and Kimball Beery have fished the shores of Southwest Florida for over 40 years. This book includes the same tips you would expect from a professional guide.

Les grew up in Orlando, Florida and fished fresh and salt water as often as possible. He was lucky to spend his teenaged summers in Estes Park, Colorado, walking every day to some stream or lake to pursue this fishing obsession. At the age of 12 he was guiding visitors to Estes Park on area streams and lakes. The guided trip was free, but if you caught your guaranteed limit [catch and release was not popular back then] a tip would be appreciated.

Kimball grew up in Boulder, Colorado and started fishing at a very young age at the Kid’s Pond. During high school and college she would ride her ten speed bicycle up Boulder Canyon to fish those waters.

Les graduated from Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado with a bachelor of science having pursued studies in Biology, Geology and Chemistry. He did his graduate studies in Environmental Field Biology at Western State. This helped him understand the complex relationships that tie the components of our environment together. Only an understanding of the interaction of biological, geological, chemical, climatic and social factors can lead to meaningful conservation.

Kimball attended the University of Colorado on an art scholarship and later studied at Western State College. It is her artwork in these books that depicts the riggings and knots.

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