Tales of the Angler's Eldorado: New Zeland

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Derrydale Press, Oct 24, 2000 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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New Zealand is one of the"hot" fly-fishing spots in the world today. Known for brilliant, crystal clear rivers, Zane Grey's New Zealand conjures up images of huge and mythic trout. In Tales of the Angler's Eldorado, Grey fishes both these now legendary streams as well as pursues the monster swordfish off the coast of the New Zealand shores. It's an adventure story and a fishing story at once.
 

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Contents

Chapter II
11
Chapter III
21
Chapter IV
32
Chapter V
50
Chapter VI
63
Chapter VII
78
Chapter VIII
92
Chapter IX
106
Chapter X
129
Chapter XI
142
Chapter XII
154
Chapter XIII
169
Chapter XIV
177
Chapter XV
197
Chapter XVI
210
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Zane Grey was born in Zanesville, Ohio in 1872. He attended the University of Pennsylvania on a baseball scholarship where he became a dentist. However, his heart was not in dentistry, it was in writing. 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. He died of heart failure in 1939.

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