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Publisher Description

Contains a never before published essay, "Trout Flouderers".

In these stories, popular Chicago Tribune outdoor columnist Bill Stokes gives himself over to his true passion, trout fishing. It is an activity, possibly a madness, that moves him, time and again, to stand knee-deep in cold and murky waters, offer himself up to clouds of hungry mosquitoes, and attempt to keep from snagging his line in overhanging limbs while trying to outwit a wily rainbow or brook trout. And then remembering where the car is parked. All trout anglers will, like Stephen Born, revel in these evocative and entertaining stories.

GENRE
Sports & Outdoors
RELEASED
2017
February 9
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
187
Pages
PUBLISHER
Bill Stokes
SIZE
4.8
MB

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