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Tales of Fishes by Zane Grey

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Tales of Fishes
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Publisher: Harper & Brothers
ISBN/ASIN: 1586670514
Number of pages: 267

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Zane Grey is best known as fishing writer for the wild adventures of catching world record giants in the oceans around the world. He published collections of stories about particular places and species of fish. Tales of Fishes is a wonderful collection of stories that range over the most sought after species of salt water fishing-tarpon, bonefish, sailfish, marlin, swordfish, and tuna. It's a perfect sampler to whet the appetite of every armchair angler.

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