is the author of Fishing Arizona (1992), Hunting
Small Game in Arizona (1993) and a second version
of Fishing Arizona, which was doubled in size
and re-released in December of 2003.
Believe it or not, this book includes more than
100 fishable bodies of water in Arizona. With
elevations varying from just above sea level at
Lake Havasu, to nearly 10,000 feet at Lee Valley
Reservoir, Arizona allows you to fish year round,
in comfort. Fishing Arizona is a lake-by-lake
guide that details which species you can pursue
at each body of water, big catches, how to get
there, and even the waterway's history. And now
it includes a number of lakes south of the border,
and all of the lakes enrolled in the state's popular
urban fisheries program.
Don't delay. Order a copy of his latest Fishing
Arizona today by visiting www.goldenwestpublishers.com,
or visit www.amazon.com.
Comments or questions about any of his books,
can be addressed to him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Whether you're a winter visitor, or year round
resident--if you're an Arizona angler, Fishing
Arizona is the book for you.