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I really enjoy her blog. I discovered it when she chronicled the building of her first bamboo rod. I need to read this book.
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I really enjoy her blog. I discovered it when she chronicled the building of her first bamboo rod. I need to read this book.
She's a treasure, for sure. The book is based on that series of posts.

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I thought I'd revive this thread, if even just for me.
I just picked up a two volume book by Gierach; Another Lousy Day in Paradise, and Dances With Trout.
I loved the first four of his books I read; Trout Bum, Standing in a River Waiving a Stick, Still Life With Brook Trout, and Sex, Death, and Fly-fishing.
As for non-fishing related books, I like anything by Tami Hoag, James Patterson, and Patricia Cornwell.


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Got this one sitting on the coffee table waiting for me.

What Trout Want: The Educated Trout and Other Myths: Bob Wyatt: 9780811711791: Amazon.com: Books
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This one.......for about the tenth time..........
On the Spine of Time (The Pruett Series): Harry Middleton: 9780871088925: Amazon.com: Books On the Spine of Time (The Pruett Series): Harry Middleton: 9780871088925: Amazon.com: Books
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I picked up an old book called "Sturly" by Pierre Custot c.1924 the other day at the local used book store. According to the book seller it takes place from the perspective of a sturgeon; Sturly the sturgeon. After reading the first passage it sounds like it may be good, plus i like the smell of old books:

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Just got done with Peter Brigg's most excellent book "Call of the Stream", and now am on "Fishing the Film" by Gary Borger.
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I recently started 'Moby Dick' by Melville. It's kind of about fishing.
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I picked up an old book called "Sturly" by Pierre Custot c.1924 the other day at the local used book store. According to the book seller it takes place from the perspective of a sturgeon; Sturly the sturgeon. After reading the first passage it sounds like it may be good, plus i like the smell of old books:

"I DECLARE that this is a book which has no pretensions and that I wrote for those who like to meditate by the sea."
i'm thinking i really want to read this book!
i also think dan should read it as well

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Freebie, not sure if it's today only........

Amazon.com: Dynamic Nymphing: Tactics, Techniques, and Flies from Around the World eBook: George Daniel: Books Amazon.com: Dynamic Nymphing: Tactics, Techniques, and Flies from Around the World eBook: George Daniel: Books
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