One of the most prolific fly-fishing writers of the twentieth century, Roderick L. Haig-Brown continues his seasons” cycle with Fisherman’s Spring, a book that is as much about the deep philosophical aspects of fly fishing as it is about fly fishing itself. Readers will learn about the abundance of spring life in the streams of British Columbia while also being treated to Haig-Brown’s thoughtful musings and ideas about the rewards of fly fishing streams. Chapters readers will encounter include:
Early Cutthroat Lakes
The Secret Life
Fishing and the Common Man
Fishermen and Forestry
Fishing and Milkmaids
Putting Fish Back
A Boy and a Fish Pole
And many more
Discover within these pages how fly fishing can enrich life and bring joy to every fisher. Both novices and experts alike will find a wealth of knowledge in Fisherman’s Spring.
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Classic fly fishing book.
Great book from the 50’s that’s still relevant today. I struggled to follow the flow of the story due to the narrator not being able to say his (R’s).