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    Product Details


    • Paperback: 224 pages
    • Publisher: Univ Of Minnesota Press (April 27, 2009)
    • Language: English
    • ISBN-10: 081666532X
    • ISBN-13: 978-0816665327
    • Product Dimensions: 9.6 x 8.3 x 0.7 inches

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    Publication Date: April 27, 2009
    Is a carpsucker a carp or a sucker? Where can you find the largest eelpout in the United States? Can you catch creek chubs and fry them for supper?

    These questions and more are answered within the pages of Fishing for Buffalo. Rob Buffler and Tom Dickson dispel myths and rumors about rough fish with credible biological information while also demonstrating the joy of angling for nontraditional fish. The wealth of information within qualifies this book as a fishing bible for the growing number of rough fishing enthusiasts in the United States and makes it easy to identify the rough fish you may catch. It even includes a sampling of Dickson and Buffler’s favorite recipes, such as Burbot Boulangère and Deviled Grilled Cisco.

    Rough fish may be a lot of things—ugly, unruly, or elusive—but they are definitely not boring.


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    Book Description

    Is a carpsucker a carp or a sucker? Where can you find the largest eelpout in the United States? Can you catch creek chubs and fry them for supper?

    These questions and more are answered within the pages of Fishing for Buffalo. Rob Buffler and Tom Dickson dispel myths and rumors about rough fish with credible biological information while also demonstrating the joy of angling for nontraditional fish. The wealth of information within qualifies this book as a fishing bible for the growing number of rough fishing enthusiasts in the United States and makes it easy to identify the rough fish you may catch. It even includes a sampling of Dickson and Buffler’s favorite recipes, such as Burbot Boulangère and Deviled Grilled Cisco.

    Rough fish may be a lot of things—ugly, unruly, or elusive—but they are definitely not boring.


    About the Author

    Rob Buffler is the executive director of the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative based in Canmore, Alberta.





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