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DREAM FISH AND ROAD TRIPS: FLY-FISHING TALES FROM ALASKA, MONTANA, & BEYOND - AUDIOBOOK
Author: E. Donnall Thomas, Jr.
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK, Sep 2005
Binding: Audio CD
Brilliant collection of fly fishing stories from a man who has been fortunate enough to live in two angling meccas, Alaska & Montana, & who has traveled the world in search of fly fishing adventures, Christmas Island to Siberia. 4-CD set; 4 hrs., 30 min.
Humorous, entertaining, and informative tales of fly fishing around the world.
Dream Fish & Road Trips is a brilliant collection of fly-fishing stories from a man who has traveled the world in search of fly-fishing adventures, from Christmas Island and Hawaii to Alaska and Siberia.
With stories both perceptive and disarmingly simple, hilarious, and informative, Thomas takes us along to some of the worlds great places, fishing for species as regal as chinook salmon in Alaska, as humble as walleye in the Missouri River, and as mysterious as the red wekea small, possibly psychoactive goatfish of great ceremonial significance to native Hawaiians.
If Hunter S. Thompson were to take up fly fishing, hed eventually find Don Thomas. Heres a marvelously entertaining audiobook for all fly fishers itching to break out of civilization.
Don Thomas gets right to the heart of fishing and the joys of the great outdoors.
Don Thomass fish never disappoint.
John Barsness, editor-at-large, Grays Sporting Journal
Don Thomas brings us vivid impressions, highly original anecdotes, and a persuasive picture of the importance of angling.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
E. Donnall Thomas, Jr. is a lifelong fly fisher, wingshooter, and bowhunter. A talented and prolific writer, he is the author of several books, including Labs Afield, The Double Helix, The Life of a Lab, Fool Hen Blues, Longbows of the Far North, Whitefish Cant Jump, and By Dawns Early Light, as well as numerous articles for Grays Sporting Journal, Fly Fisherman, Outdoor Life, Traditional Bowhunter, Fly Rod & Reel, Big Sky Journal, and Alaska magazine, among others. He was the 1995 winner of the Robert Traver Fly-Fishing Fiction Award. He lives in Montana.