A book for anyone who fishes, anyone who wants to fish, and the millions worldwide who watched RIVER MONSTERS
Jeremy Wade has caught an unparalleled array of outsize and outlandish fish from challenging locations all over the world - goliath tigerfish from the Congo, arapaima from the Amazon, 'giant devil catfish' from the Himalayan foothills . . .
As his catches attract increasing public attention, many people ask him how they can improve their own fishing results.
This book is his reply. Sparse on the details of technique, it's about the simple, fundamental principles - a mindset for success. Part science, part art, and part elusive something else, this, he says, is within every angler's ability to develop.
HOW TO THINK LIKE A FISH is the distillation of a life spent fishing. Along the way readers will learn when to let instinct override logic. Why less time can bring better results than more. Which details are vital and which may be irrelevant. And how a 'non-result' can be a result.
Thoughtful and funny, brimming with wisdom and adventure, here is the book for any angler - novice or old hand - who wants to catch the fish that have so far eluded them.
Jeremy Wade is a British television presenter and author of books on angling. He is known for his television series RIVER MONSTERS, JUNGLE HOOKS and MIGHTY RIVERS. Jeremy Wade has a BSc in zoology from Bristol University and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education (PGCE) from the University of Kent. He has worked as a secondary science teacher, a newspaper reporter, and a senior copywriter at an advertising agency. He has written for publications including The Times, Guardian, Sunday Telegraph and BBC Wildlife magazine. He is the author of RIVER MONSTERS and the forthcoming HOW I FISH (2019).