Crosscurrents: A Fly Fisher's Progress

Globe Pequot Press, 2002 - 224 pagina's
In this volume, James R. Babb recounts his early days with a cast of colourful and bizarre local characters in a small East Tennessee town. He tells of his migration through Brahmin Boston to the backwoods of Maine, where he built his house. The story is always connected to fly fishing.

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CROSSCURRENTS: A Fly Fisher's Progress

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A fireside collection of fly-fishing pieces, touched with—but not drowned in—folksy wisdom and whimsy, from Gray's Sporting Journal editor and columnist Babb. These short essays are divided into two ... Volledige review lezen

Crosscurrents: A Fly Fisher's Progress

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Every few years one wonders if the fountain of talented essayists on fly-fishing is running dry. Then someone like Babb (editor of Gray's Sporting Journal since 1997) comes along. In this outstanding ... Volledige review lezen

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Over de auteur (2002)

James R. Babb is the editor of "Gray's Sporting Journal" & author of the widely acclaimed book "Crosscurrents". He was born & grew up in East Tennessee & has worked as a commercial lobster fisherman, a truck driver, a boatyard worker, a book editor, a reporter, & a feature writer. Babb lives in Searsport, Maine.

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