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This book of essays on 40 years of hunting and fishing, is humorous and quirky. The prose is as bracing as an autumn day in the uplands, as relaxing as a fireside chair. In these irrestible pages, Ted Ross sweeps us along the paths and trails of days afield filled with gallant dogs, whirring wings, and promising rivers. And he does it in only the way this eccentric sportsman can. It's damn good writing and the way hunting tales should be told.
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This book fits on the far side of the normal pattern of hunting land fishing literature. Do you know anyone who would write such chapters as "Drinking with Dogs,", : Same Sex lUnion and Dog Ownership," or "The Great Capon Hunt"?About the Author:
Ted Ross is a hunter, angler, dog trainer and guide who has written for outdoor publiations since the 1960s. He lives in Vermont and Hollowville, New York with Arrow and Barney, his two Spring Spaniels. During the summer he is the host at his fishing camp in Nova Scotia.
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Book Description Silver Print Press, Inc., 2004. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX0974989037
Book Description Condition: New. New. Seller Inventory # S-0974989037