Ode to Bass & Trout: An Illustrated Treasury of the Best Angling Literature
Alan James Robinson
Smithmark Pub, Apr 1, 1999 - Sports & Recreation - 160 pages
With contributions by noted artists and writers, "Ode To Bass & Trout" is a wonderful illustrated anthology of classic literature on the popular and enduring sport of fishing. The lively text in this volume includes tales, myths, fables, and facts, ranging from charming 17th-century verse to entries by noted anglers like Zane Gray and Jimmy Carter. Handsomely illustrated with black-and-white antique prints and original full-color nature scenes, the volume explores the beauty and lore of the angler's world with humor and insight. Topics on fishing are perennial bestsellers, and this unique treasury of word and image is sure to find a ready audience among beginning anglers and experts alike.
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