This early work is a fascinating read for any fisherman containing much information and anecdote that is still useful and practical today.
A dozen full page maps of fishing in Maine accompany the text.
Contents Include: Part One: What to Catch and How to Catch Them - In General; The Brook Trout; The Landlocked Salmon; Atlantic-Salmon; Bass, Pickerel and Perch; Salt-Water Fishing;
Part Two: Where to Catch Them - The St. John River-Fish River Lakes Region; The Moosehead Lake-Katahdin Region; The Rangeley Region; The Washington County Region; The Belgrade Lakes-Kennebec Lakes Region; The Sebago Region;
Appendix I: Maine Inland Fishing Laws;
Appendix II: Fish and Game Wardens;
Appendix III: Maine Publicity Bureau Offices;
and an Index of Proper Names.
Many of the earliest books, particularly those dating back to the 1900s and before, are now extremely scarce and increasingly expensive.