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Fishing Techniques for Parents and Their Kids: Stories, Myths and Legends Van E. Graef

Fishing Techniques for Parents and Their Kids: Stories, Myths and Legends

Van E. Graef

Published March 26th 2008
ISBN : 9780595477395
Paperback
56 pages
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 About the Book 

In his early 30s he moved to Colorado and gained experience for fishing the high mountains lakes and streams. After over 50 years of enjoying the sport of fishing a debilitating disease (multiple sclerosis) left Graefs hands not being able to hold aMoreIn his early 30s he moved to Colorado and gained experience for fishing the high mountains lakes and streams. After over 50 years of enjoying the sport of fishing a debilitating disease (multiple sclerosis) left Graefs hands not being able to hold a rod or tie a knot. Graef turned his focus on fishing to teaching the basics.Through his travels he would notice single parent kids wanting to fish without any direction. He saw the need for a basic technique document to teach not only the kids but their parents. Starting from how to start with right type of rod and reel needed.Through the years Graefs many experiences he has come up with his own traditions and myths and or legends. He has also included the very basic accessories and baits needed to catch fish.Graef also includes his own stories and theories of the great art of fishing. The section of his pet peeves is extremely entertaining and amusing.The debilitating disease, multiple sclerosis, has left Van Graef a quadriplegic. Graef has penned two books by the use of voice recognition program.This book is Graefs second. His first book, Not Just Walking is an autobiography. It tells of his adventures in early life and including the meeting of his true love and dealing with MS.