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Fishing Passion: A Lifelong Love Affair with…

Fishing Passion: A Lifelong Love Affair with Angling

by Jim C. Chapralis

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0970865333, Hardcover)

Drawn from a lifetime of passion for fishing, these stories focus on one man's angling adventures at the world's most exotic locations. Jim Chapralis began fishing at age eight, became immediately addicted, and for the next six decades found a way to fish in 40 countries. Jim pioneered the international fishing travel business, and in this book he describes trips to Angola in search of giant tarpon, to Panama, where he and friends are held at bay by a dozen guns; and to Colombia, where witch doctors practice their medicine on two of his clients. Inspiring and filled with personal anecdotes from his adventures, this book produces an insatiable desire to wet a hook for all angling addicts.

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