Recently I had the opportunity to view some of the best instructional fishing videos I’ve run across in my entire angling career, and I’d like to tell you about them. The man behind these videos is my good friend Jim Duckworth, a nationally-renowned multi-species guide and former contract diver for the U. S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Jim literally grew up on the water and as a professional diver, spent three decades observing gamefish in their natural habitat ? now that’s the kind of hands-on experience very few fishing guides in the world can brag about! Jim’s intimate knowledge of freshwater gamefish has made him the subject of countless articles in publication like Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, Bassmaster and In-Fisherman, where readers look to him for in-depth information on the haunts and habits of their favorite fish species, as well as for the latest tips on how to catch more fish. Jim’s success as a fishing guide, diver and seminar speaker led him to branch out into producing instructional fishing videos, and he has put together a truly awesome library of programs on DVD geared to beginner to mid-level fishermen. These fascinating programs cover a wide range of fishing topics, everything from largemouth and smallmouth bass to crappie to catfish, sauger and white bass. Jim’s friendly, down-home manner makes learning fun as he shows you how to locate and catch the fish you’re after. On-the-water sequences are shot entirely on public lakes, and include maps that pinpoint the exact areas he’s fishing. Studio sequences feature close-up information on lures and rigging tricks, so you’ll know exactly how to prepare for your fishing trips before you hit the water. I guarantee that each 90-minute instructional video will provide you with a strong foundation of knowledge that you and your family can use to locate and catch the fish you’re after. At $12.95 each, Jim Duckworth’s video library is the biggest bargain in fishing today. Pick up several of Jim’s DVDs and start catching more fish right now!
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