A Flyfisher's World

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Grove/Atlantic, Incorporated, Apr 1, 1998 - Sports & Recreation - 304 pages
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Always entertaining, equally enlightening, Nick Lyons is one of America's premier writers on the subject of fly fishing. In this enchanting collection of essays, Lyons reflects on a lifetime of fishing and on the delight and wisdom derived from the simple vision of a trout rising from a clear stream. A Flyfisher's World begins with the moment, on Michigan's Au Sable River, when the author lost his heart to fly fishing, and it chronicles a fishing life punctuated by a revealing trip with one of his grown sons and mellow reflections from a hospital bed

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This commendable compilation of angling essays and articles from Lyons, a writer and publisher, will inspire and enlighten anyone who cares about fish and their habitat. Lyons's musings and ... Read full review

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About the author (1998)

Nick Lyons, a former professor of English at Hunter College, was John Voelker's editor for "Trout Magic". He writes frequently about fishing & lives in New York City.

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