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This 144-page, 5 x 8" paperback edition is Gray Ugly's first book, a collection of 26 fly fishing misadventures guaranteed to tickle the fancy of any fly fisherman; and it is sure to place him squarely in the forefront as one of today's leading outdoor humorists.
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Jack (Gray Ugly) Sayers is a freelance writer residing in Greenwood Village, Colorado. He has been a devoted Trout Unlimited activist for more than a decade, holding many key positions at the chapter and state level. He is a Contributing Editor to Rocky Mountain Streamside, the official voice of TU in the Rockies, and Rocky Mountain Correspondent for Fly Tackle Dealer magazine. His writing has also appeared in Fly Rod & Reel, American Angler and Trout.Review:
In real life, or at least in what passes for real life for a lifelong fly fisherman, Gray Ugly is Jack Sayer, a freelance writer from Colorado whose work has appeared in a number of publication, including this one. We suspect that Sayer (which sounds so much better than "Mr. Ugly;" we don't know him well enough to call him Jack) is a funny guy in either persona. Certainly this collection of 26 stories and essays is as humorous as anything we've read in the fly-fishing genre. Much of In Over My Waders resounds with the ring of truth (albeit slightly distorted) some of it can only be described as wondrously demented farce, and the prose indicates that the author's reading is not limited to scanning fly-tying instructions. This is good stuff, and a fine antidote to overly serious angling. -- American Angler; July 1994
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Book Description Centennial Pubn, 1993. Paperback. Condition: New. Seller Inventory # DADAX1882418050
Book Description Centennial Pubn, 1993. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1882418050