Doc and the boys from Iowa are heading North for their annual fishing trip to Canada. After dozens of fly-in adventures in Northwest Ontario, and countless walleyes and northern pike boated, their unlikely escapades are as much about friendship as fishing. Doc supplies a bait bucket of laughs while offering his sage advice to help the guys deal with life's inevitable obstacles. If you've ever spent time with a rod and a reel, you'll recognize yourself and your friends in these refreshed versions of the popular In-Fisherman magazine feature that first appeared in 1989. Perfect for enjoying in the living room, the bedroom or the throne room, here are episodes 51 through 75 as Doc and his best buddies are having the times of their lives.
About the Author
Greg Knowles was born on a ping pong table in the basement of his parents' unfinished home near Knoxville, Iowa. He began his education in a one-room schoolhouse at four, and was writing stories by the age of seven. After a year at the University of Iowa, he was all set to take a shot at the Iowa Writer's Workshop when he lost his 2A draft status due to low grades and general indifference, and spent the next four years in the US Navy. Knowles eventually earned a BS in Journalism with advertising emphasis from Iowa State University. Three decades of ad agency work followed, during which he was a copywriter, broadcast producer and creative director. He has written his North With Doc humor column for In-Fisherman magazine for more than 20 years, and has many projects underway, including a soon-to-be-released thriller novel with his brother, Mel. Knowles lives in Tucson, Arizona, with his wife, Sandy Tweedy, and a cute yet cantankerous rat monkey of a pom/silky terrier aptly named Jezebel.