In One Man’s River, O.W. Smith casts deeply into the waters of meaning and purpose, providing insights which can transform your angling, your outdoor experience, and enrich your life beyond the stream. O. W. Smith questions how and why we interact with the natural world. One Man’s River will change how you fish in a fundamental way.
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Onnie Warren Smith was born in Weyauwega, Wisconsin in 1872 and passed away in Mondovi, Wisconsin on September 22, 1941. Smith married Nellie Blanche Sanders of Ashland, Wisconsin in 1897.
Smith graduated from Lawrence College and was ordained as a Congregational minister in 1895. Smith served as a minister at many churches throughout Wisconsin from 1895 until his death in 1941.
Smith authored many books on angling; Trout Lore (1917), Casting Tackle and Methods (1920), The Pike Book (1922), Told by the Camp Fire (1922), Book of Live Bait Fishing (1929), Amateur Fly-Tyer’s Work Bench, (1929), and, published one year after his death, his greatest contribution to angling literature , Musings of an Angler (1942).
Not much is known about the particulars of Smith’s life. It is known he was badly injured in a car accident late in life
The Author, O. W. Smith was a minister and writer who spent most of his life plying the literal and spiritual waters of Wisconsin.
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Book Description Bayfield Street Pub Inc, 2001. Hardcover. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P110967068347