Confessions of an Eco-redneck, Or, How I Learned to Gut-shoot Trout & Save the Wilderness at the Same Time

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Plenum Press, 1997 - Nature - 263 pages
In this long-awaited collection of the best of his shorter nature, sporting, and travel writing, Chapple raises us his voice as a proud member of an underrated, though less-than-endangered species of sporting environmentalists: the eco-redneck (a term he coined). If you are an angler, a hunter, or just a gatherer of good tales, whether you roam the Great Plains or the urban jungles, Confessions of an Eco-Redneck will speak to you. As long as you have a sense of humor, that is, since most everything is fair game for Chapple's sharp-shooting wit. A man of action and a keen observer, Chapple gets his feet wet and his hands dirty—and shows us a great time along the way.

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