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Essays discuss the characteristics and behavior of trout, fishing trips around the world, fly fishing, the threatened environments of trout, and fellow fisherman
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One of the great writers on the subject of angling takes his readers wading into the cold clear currents of the great trout streams of the Northwest. A sequel to his classic Year of the Angler, Raymond now brings his considerable gifts of observation and writing to an angling specialty requiring great skill and patience: casting artificial flies to trout. Raymond writes lyrically of the passing seasons, his prose developing a gentle rhythm that mirrors fishing itself. Calm clear observation of the woods, the rivers, and of his own thoughts and emotions are punctuated by lively scenes of action as he feels the strong pull of a bite on the line. These essays aren't only for those who fish, though they will likely make readers wish they could slip on their waders.
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