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"Everything in nature is essentially inscrutable," claims Russell Chatham in The Angler's Coast, but his written observations of the world around him are as evocative as his painted landscapes. First published in 1976, this new edition has been expanded to include photographs of the great fishermen and rivers of the West Coast.
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Russell Chatham is an artist, writer residing in Livingston, Montana. Both his art and writings have appeared in numerous publications for many years.From Library Journal:
Except for adding photographs and a new introduction, some minor editing, and a larger format, this collection of 14 thoughtful essays about fishing is the same as the 1976 edition ( LJ 4/1/76). Chatham's coast is the Pacific from San Francisco to Vancouver, but he also writes about some inland rivers and lakes. He is a fly fisherman whose favorite quarry is salmon and steelhead, although his quest for sport has even led him after herring. Because of increased fishing and the damming of rivers and other environmental pressures, his writing documents an angling scene that may never happen again. Libraries that missed the earlier edition, particularly in the West, will want to purchase.
- Peter C. Leonard, Mt. Lebanon P.L., Pa.
Copyright 1991 Reed Business Information, Inc.
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