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By: Dave V (offline)  Tuesday, December 02 2008 @ 12:19 PM EST (Read 481 times)  

Here is another book I just finished reading. Lots of laughs in this one. I know we have some guides here on Lee's site and I thought of them when I was reading this book by J.H.Hall . Its a group of stories written about some Maine guides and their competitve nature. Funny Stuff. Must read in my eyes. Lot's of laughs for sure



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By: LeeGoldsmith (offline)  Tuesday, December 02 2008 @ 12:23 PM EST  

Very nice Dave.

Is that a paper back book or hard cover. I don't do a lot of reading but this one sounds like it would be worth while reading.

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By: Dave V (offline)  Tuesday, December 02 2008 @ 12:25 PM EST  

Is a paper back it cost 12.95 . I got a kick out of a couple of stories and the charactors . Made me chuckle out loud a few times. Dave V



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By: Anonymous: parker james ()  Thursday, July 01 2010 @ 06:01 PM EDT  

That looks like a fun read.

I just finished AJ McClane's 'The Practical Trout Fisherman'. This is a great book!

 

I'm currently reading two others:

Reed Curry's 'The New Scientific Angling", which I'm finding fascinating on more than one level--with the science of how vision differs with UVA and its application to fly fishing.

 

Ray Bergman's 'Trout'--what a true pioneer in how he discovered so many things on his own through trial and error and observation.

By: LeeWilder (offline)  Friday, November 24 2017 @ 10:19 AM EST  

Great review, Dave! I'll be hunting this old book. Smile

   
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By: LeeWilder (offline)  Friday, November 24 2017 @ 10:20 AM EST  

Quote by: parker james

That looks like a fun read.

I just finished AJ McClane's 'The Practical Trout Fisherman'. This is a great book!

 

I'm currently reading two others:

Reed Curry's 'The New Scientific Angling", which I'm finding fascinating on more than one level--with the science of how vision differs with UVA and its application to fly fishing.

 

Ray Bergman's 'Trout'--what a true pioneer in how he discovered so many things on his own through trial and error and observation.

Hmm, I'll add these to my collection of reads as well.

   
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