The inimitable author of the hugely popular Crosscurrents & River Music comes back with a 3rd hilarious & observant opus on the nature of knavery in the sport of fly fishing. Lovers of fine nature writing & students of American letters will surely savor this. 4-CD set, 4 hrs, 30 min.
Critics have hailed James Babb as one of the best writers in print. Part Mark Twain, part Ambrose Bierce, part Norman McClean, he writes about his adventures & misadventures while fly fishing with hilarious musings & an assumed innocence.
WHAT THE EXPERTS ARE SAYING:
"One of the finest writers in print." - Kirkus Reviews
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
James Babb is the editor of Gray's Sporting Journal and author of River Music and Crosscurrents. He lives in Searsport, Maine.