Comments: At heart, this is just like a community or church cookbook. In this case, the congregation of contributors is about 100 readers of the Web site RodnReel.com, and most or all appear to be from the South.
This is not specifically a fishing/hunting cookbook, since only a few dishes are meant to be cooked over a campfire. Some are way too complicated for wilderness preparation, some have upwards of two dozen ingredients, and some require refrigeration. (We're guessing quite a few of these fisher/cook/contributors take the Winnebago on their adventures!)
Possibly a majority of the recipes have nothing to do with what you might have caught and/or don't even incorporate things you might try to catch – ranging from appetizers and breakfast foods to sauces and desserts and from jellies and drinks to breads and salads. Clearly though, a good portion of the book is given over to seafood, game, meat, and poultry, whether you caught it or not. (There's also a friendly little chapter on dog biscuits.)
Lots and lots of brand-specific ingredients are called for, and, unless you live in certain parts of the South, you are going to have to go online to find some of them. Other recipes include ingredients that probably should be specified by brand – what is lemon-pepper marinade, for example? There are a least a dozen different versions available online
As with any community cookbook, the recipes here are pretty inconsistent. Some – the fried fish nuggets that incorporate a can of condensed milk and the hot chocolate mix – look horrible. Others have us drooling.