Fishing for a Laugh: Reel Humor from Alaska

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Epicenter Press, 1998 - Humor - 159 pages
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Fishing Alaska's streams, lakes, and salt water is often anything but a placid experience. Sometimes anglers are hapless players in a comedy, ducking flying hooks, dodging competitive bears, and diving in to retrieve runaway fishing poles. You might say it looks like the Keyston Kops at times. As sports editor for the Anchorage Daily News, Lew Freedman has heard stories you wouldn't beleive. But who says fisherman are truthful? Here's a collection of Lew's favorites: wacky tales from the water's edge.

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About the author (1998)

Lew Freedman, an award-winning journalist and former sports editor for the Anchorage Daily News, now covers outdoor-adventure for the Chicago Tribune. He has written a dozen books about Alaska.

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