Overview:The Field & Stream Treasury of Trout Fishing - Since its historic first issue back in 1895, Field & Stream magazine has published several thousand articles on trout fishing-far more than on any other fish. The very best of these writings have been collected in this marvelously full and entertaining collection. Starting with a Civil War hero's description of fly fishing in his youth and a 1900 account of catching a 21/2 pound brook trout just twenty-six miles from New York City, there are splendid (and historically important) articles by such masters as Dr. James Henshall, Emlyn Gill, Nash Buckingham, Eugene Connett, G. M. L. La Branche, Arthur Macdougall, Edward R. Hewitt, and Sid Gordon. The table of contents reads like a Who's Who of American trout fishing-the reader will outwit picky trout with Ray Bergman, take a trip out to New Zealand's waters with Russell Chatham, chase rainbows with Corey Ford, catch steelhead with Zane Grey, visit a legendary fly-tyer and rooster-raiser with A. J. McClane, catch a giant brookie with Peter Kaminsky, and land huge fish on the lightest fly rod in history with Lee Wulff. THE FIELD & STREAM TREASURY OF TROUT FISHING is a book to read and reread, for pleasure, for adventure, for humor, for the sheer joy of it.
This book is on page /c01806c4ebab7dba9280fa544af5683f/book/1603725640-9781592283064. It was written by the following authors: Leonard M Wright, Gordon Allen. Book The Field & Stream Treasury of Trout Fishing, which can be read online, published by the company: Rowman & Littlefield. Other books on similar topics can be found in sections: Sports Books. The book was published on 2004-04-01 00:00:00. File for download The Field & Stream Treasury of Trout Fishing has PDF format and is called the-field-stream-treasury-of-trout-fishing.pdf. Other books you can download below. Our gekisen.biz site is not responsible for the content of PDF files.
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