Fishing Florida's Space Coast

This stretch of Florida's Atlantic coast and the adjacent Indian River Lagoon system offers world class angling for a wide variety of fish. This book is a comprehensive reference on how, when, and where to fish here. Whether you have fished here all your life, are an experienced angler fishing here for the first time, or are a fishing novice, you will refer to this guidebook frequently. More

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About John Kumiski

Capt. John Kumiski is a fly and light tackle fishing guide, as well as an award winning free-lance writer, photographer, and author. His writing specializes in fly and light tackle saltwater and freshwater fishing, paddle sports, and camping. He's been a columnist for Saltwater Fly Fishing, an editor at Coastal Angler Magazine, and has been published in Fly Fisherman, Salt Water Sportsman, Shallow Water Angler, American Angler, Fly Tyer, and many more. His books include Redfish on the Fly, Flyrodding Florida Salt, Fishing Florida’s Space Coast, and other similar titles.

John's websites include http://www.spottedtail.com and http://wwwjohnkumiski.com.

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Review by: Aubrey Thompson on Nov. 23, 2014 : (no rating)
The Space Coast region, including Indian River, Mosquito Lagoon, and Banana River, ranks, in my opinion, along with the lower Laguna Madre (see Kumiski’s Ten Best Redfish Spots on Smashwords) as one of the most diverse, beautiful, and productive shallow water fishing venues in the US. This is John Kumiski’s back yard, and he brings all of his considerable fishing knowledge, his facility with the language, and his photographic ability to bear in his newest work on Fishing the Space Coast (Smashwords). This new work is very much in the “how to” vein, and the book is packed with information that will be useful to anyone who doesn’t know this area as well as John does. (And that’s almost everyone.) The links to Google Earth are very helpful in following the description of this fishery. Literary comparisons are invidious, but for an old timer like me it’s difficult not to compare John’s approach to outdoor writing with that of the late Jack O’Connor. In my opinion, John Kumiski is one of the most talented outdoor writers working in the US today. I submit that from an informational standpoint, Kumiski’s work is a must read for anyone who fishes or plans to fish the Space Coast. From a literary standpoint, it’s a great way to spend a rainy winter morning.
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)

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