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IF FISH COULD SCREAM - AN ANGLER'S SEARCH FOR THE FUTURE OF FLY FISHING
Author: Paul Schullery
Publisher: STACKPOLE BOOKS, Aug 2008
Schullery ruminates on the evolution of fly fishing & delves into the big issues affecting the world of fly fishing today & tomorrow. The 7 essays are sometimes controversial, sometimes reflective, & all fascinating. 39 B&W illus; 5x8 inches, 208 pgs.
Dams effect on fishing, the supposed cruelty of catch-and-release, competition among fly fishers, spinning versus fly fishing, and how transportation has changed the sport are just a few of the topics he covers.
About the Author:
Paul Schullery is the author, coauthor, or editor of more than three dozen books on natural history, conservation, and outdoor sport, including Mountain Time, Searching for Yellowstone, American Fly Fishing: A History, Lewis and Clark Among the Grizzlies, and The Rise. He was the 2006 winner of the Federation of Fly Fishers - Roderick Haig-Brown Award. Schullery lives in Bozeman, Montana.