Great Canadian fishing stories that didn't get away/ David E. Scott.Material type: BookPublisher: (Burnstown, On.: General Store Publishing House, 1996)Description: 143p.; 23cm.ISBN: 1896182372.Subject(s): Fishing -- Canada -- Anecdotes | New Brunswick -- Fishing -- Anecdotes
|Item type||Current location||Call number||Status||Date due|
|New Brunswick Collection / Collection néo-brunswickoise||799.1 S425 (Browse shelf)||Not for loan|
|799.1 R964 Jill and I and the salmon /||799.1 S129 VLT The Ristigouche and its salmon fishing :||799.1 S172 Salmon and trout /||799.1 S425 Great Canadian fishing stories that didn't get away/||799.1 S426 Fishing in American waters /||799.1 T927 Canada's Atlantic salmon recreational fisheries and their future:||799.1 U55 Miramichi fishing stories :|
Contents: 1. Muskie's day out, by Ray Dillon. 2. The two sides of salmon fishing, by Herb M. Curtis. 3. Mac 'n' me, by Ray Dillon. 4. Was the water too high?, by Wayne Curtis. 5. On past favours, by Wayne Curtis. 6. Moosehead 'n' the skunk, by Herb M. Curtis. 7. Rimshot, Ray Dillon. 8. At Liar's rock, by Wayne Curtis.