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And so Where the Trout Are All as Long as Your Leg transports the reader to the best of...
And so Where the Trout Are All as Long as Your Leg transports the reader to the best of these places, where the fish are always bigger and the hatches last forever. After all, it's these magical places that Gierach so vividly evokes that remind us how precious -- and precarious -- are the unspoiled havens of the natural world.
Gierach has known since childhood that "the secret places are the soul of fishing." It was, in fact, a boyhood adventure to a forbidden pool deep in the woods that awakened his love for the contemplative joys of fishing and for the magical places so basic to the mythology fly-fishermen share. "If Mark Twain were alive and a modern-day fly-fisherman, he still would be hard put to top John Gierach."--Sports Illustrated. Line drawings throughout.
Posted July 5, 2013
The print in this book was so poor that I returned it. It looked as though it had been printed on a low end copying machine. I asked for a replacement, has not yet been received.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 18, 2012
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