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Product Details

  • Paperback: 536 pages
  • Publisher: Avalon Travel Publishing; 7th ed. edition (March 27 2012)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1612381677
  • ISBN-13: 978-1612381671
  • Product Dimensions: 13.7 x 2.8 x 21.1 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 544 g
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  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #2,068,234 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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About the Author

Terry Rudnick grew up fishing the lakes, streams, and ponds within bicycling range of his home in Washington's Puget Sound Basin. He's never found a good reason to live anywhere else in the world. Although Terry has fished throughout the western United States and Canada, the angling opportunities available in the Evergreen State always bring him back to the waters he's known for more than 50 years.

Since selling his first magazine article in 1971, Terry has shared his fishing knowledge in hundreds of feature articles and news stories published in national and regional publications. He has earned numerous writing and photography awards along the way, including the National Conservationist of the Year Communications Award from Trout Unlimited.

An enthusiastic and energetic speaker, Terry gives seminars and workshops on a wide variety of fishing topics for sports organizations and consumer shows throughout the Pacific Northwest. From 2002 until 2011, he also shared his knowledge and love of angling with tens of thousands of kids in his role as youth sport fishing coordinator for Washington's Department of Fish and Wildlife. When he's not writing, speaking, or teaching, Terry can be found fishing near his home on the shores of southern Puget Sound, which he shares with his wife, Roberta, Labrador retriever, Haley, and German shepherd, Brandy.

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Most Helpful Customer Reviews on (beta) HASH(0xa427b8ac) out of 5 stars 14 reviews
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xa5257368) out of 5 stars Should be "Western Washington" Oct. 25 2012
By MarkusR - Published on
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Overall I didn't find much use in this book. I was looking for information on public access, types of fish, etc. List very few lakes in Eastern Washington even though there are many popular lakes here. Should have returned the book. Probably better books out there.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0xb40fd294) out of 5 stars Very helpful, but certainly not complete Dec 31 2013
By Chris Gregory, Straight Like a Sapling author - Published on
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Rudnick does an admirable job of describing the most popular Washington State lakes & rivers, but this is not complete. Some of my favorite little lakes - lakes with brookies or cuts are not mentioned here. That's just as well because I prefer to have no increase in pressure on these lakes.

There is a great deal of information including, tackle, methods of fishing, maps, and types of fish in most of the accumulation of these bodies of water. I can recommend this book. Moon Washington Fishing: The Complete Guide to Lakes, Streams, and Saltwater (Moon Outdoors)
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HASH(0xa415c918) out of 5 stars Not enough specific information about river and stream access for bank fishing. Nov. 10 2013
By BEA413 - Published on
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Maps have inadequate detail to find the access to the fishing areas of the various lakes and streams. Written directions to river access for bank fishing are incomplete or very sketchy and the various access points and fishing holes are not adequately described. I was expecting much more detailed information about where to access the streams, especially. How do I find "Cracker Bar", Thomas Eddy, or the "Two Bit Hole", etc, with the information in this book?????
HASH(0xa415cab0) out of 5 stars This book could be better July 21 2014
By Robert Chaffee - Published on
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The book lists a lot of fishing spots, but is not good about describing how to get to these places. For example, I'm interested in fishing the upper forks of the Snoqualmie River, and there was no info on how to get to them and where to access them.
HASH(0xa415c9a8) out of 5 stars This book is a great guide to start out on your fishing adventure in ... July 8 2016
By Christopher Herrera - Published on
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This book is a great guide to start out on your fishing adventure in Washington. But in response to those negative reviews, if you want to know about spots like Thomas Eddy, and Cracker Bar, and Possession Point, etc., YOU HAVE TO ACTUALLY GO OUT AND FISH AND FIND THOSE PLACES THE HARD WAY, like I did. First got this guide when I was 10 years old and taught myself how to fish, I literally had to find all the honey holes by trying places that seemed "fishy" to me. And boy did it pay off sometimes. All of the good spots are already packed to the gill, now imagine if they were advertised in a popular fishing guide. Game over.