Author(s): John Gierach
An anthology of 40 essays on fishing and life from the famous fisherman philosopher, John Gierach. He shows the wonder and occasional absurdity of the fishing life, and captures both the rhythms of the angling life and the natural world on which it depends.
'Brings new insights from familiar work, like a flood rearranging a river and putting trout in new places' - Booklist * 'If Mark Twain were alive and a modern-day fly fisherman, he still would be hard put to top John Gierach' - Sports Illustrated
John Gierach is the author of eleven books, including the famous Trout Bum. He is a columnist for both Sports Afield and Fly and Rod. He lives in Colorado.