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The Americas
 By Dan Gapen, Sr.
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Adventure Fishing the Americas
- By Dan Gapen Sr.
 
This 400-page book features 50 chapters of adventures and fishing and 32 pages of color photographs.

Featured also are unique and original fishing tips such as catching suspended walleye in 140 feet of water using a Flub Dub crankbait. The lake is called Kagianagami; read about it in Chapter 39.

Anne and I take the reader from the southern tip of South America to the northern reaches of Alaska fishing for gamefish each area has to offer.

This is a manuscript we have put our hearts into in the hopes you also will feel close to nature. Our wondrous outdoors is there for all to RELAX, SAVOR & ENJOY!

~Dan Gapen, Sr.
~Anne Orth

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Handsome addition to the Outdoorsman's library June 7, 2011
Reviewer: Carl Malz from Skokie, IL United States  
Author Dan Gapen Sr. may be best known as one of the finest river fishermen in America. Yet his decades and lifelong experiences in the Great Outdoors go far beyond simply river fishing. After penning at least eight fine books and hundreds of articles on the joys of our natural world, Gapen, with co-author Anne Orth, have now produced what may be their finest masterpiece yet. Titled "Adventure Fishing the Americas," this new book is far more than the traditional hook and line offering. It's a book of experiences and dreams anglers can escape into. It will make a handsome, invaluable addition to any outdoor person's library.

Carl Malz
Managing Editor, Fishing Facts Magazine
1973-1995 (now happily retired)

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