An American Angler in Australia

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Rowman & Littlefield, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 115 pages
Australia brings to mind images of the Great Barrier Reef, great white sharks, huge crocodiles and friendly people. Zane Grey fished everywhere, but he often found himself lured back to the Pacific especially around Australia and New Zealand. Most of the fish caught in An American Angler in Australia are sharks (great white, tiger, even a few carpet!) but you can't go big game fishing in Australia and not expect to be teased by marlins.
 

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The Brothers Grey recount their many adventures stalking game fish around the globe. R.C.'s 1930 volume tells of how Zane introduced him to the world of deep-sea fishing, which became a lifelong ... Read full review

Contents

Chapter I
1
Chapter II
6
Chapter III
20
Chapter IV
30
Chapter V
40
Chapter VI
52
Chapter VII
65
Chapter VIII
77
Chapter IX
96
Chapter X
107
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About the author (2002)

Zane Grey was born in Zanesville, Ohio in 1872. He attended the University of Pennsylvania on a baseball scholarship and became a dentist. In 1905 he married Lina Roth. They had three children, and eventually moved to California where Zane could both experience the West and write about it. He was one of America's most prolific authors, writing almost 90 books.

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