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Ron Cordes Pocket Guides

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Ron Cordes Pocket Guides

Information is the key to survival, and the more you possess, the more gratifying your next adventure will be. These are the biggest little books you’ll ever need.

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Information is the key to survival, and the more you possess, the more gratifying your next adventure will be. These are the biggest little books you’ll ever need.

Story

Let's face it: it's near impossible to cram your brain with every necessary knot, cloud formation, first-aid symptom, or animal track. Yet information is the key to survival, and the more you possess, the more gratifying your next adventure will be. There's the baseline of tips and tricks everyone should be able to summon, but having these pocket books at your finger tips will ensure a safer and more relaxed experience. And best of all the actual materials and construction of these books are about as reliable as their contents: the ink is burned into the resilient plastic pages, and the result is a tear-proof and waterproof book that will fit into any pocket, tackle box, glove compartment, or rucksack.

Specs
  • By Ron Cordes
  • Featuring Betty Cordes, Stan Bradshaw, Andy Diamond, & Gary LaFontaine
  • Pocket sized
  • 3.75” x 4.5”
  • 14 rigid plastic pages
  • Water resistant
  • Spiral bound
  • Illustrated throughout
  • Index tabbed
Notes

Ron Cordes and his wife, Betty, reside in southeast Idaho where they enjoy the great outdoors in all of its splendor. Ron has served on the editorial staff of Fly Fisherman Magazine and Fly Fishing Heritage, and has co-authored some of the finest books on fly fishing. In addition to being an author and entrepreneur, Ron has a PhD in chemical engineering and a JD in law, and has worked as a lawyer, a project manager, a program manager and an organizational manager for the US Department of Energy’s Idaho National Engineering Laboratory. Ron has also served as a scientific advisor to the Government of Iran’s Department of Environmental Conservation; as a trial attorney; and as an entrepreneur. Ron is currently focusing his efforts on the development of a revolutionary new way to make ultrafine metal and ceramic powders, including titanium powder.