Fly fishermen dream of getting away, of sneaking off to a remote
mountain stream or virgin cay, where there is no noise, no traffic, no
Most of the time that's not possible. Most of the
time you have to fish where you can, when you can, because you can't not
fish. So you find waters where you are, and sometimes the wildest
fishing happens right in your backyard, or down the street, or in the
city you happen to be visiting.
Fishing some of fly fishing's most gifted writers share experiences in
Manhattan, London, Tokyo and Paris. In a manmade lake in the Minnesota
suburbs, a park pond in New Jersey, a fountain pool on a college campus
in the deep South, in suspect rivers within sight of factories in
Buffalo, Oakland and Augusta, Maine.
This unorthodox collection reveals what all true fishermen understand: good fishing is to be had anywhere you can find it.
Stackpole Books Mechanicsburg PA 2002
Hardbound, 188 pages
9 1/4 x 6 1/4 in.
As new condition.
Bright Fish, Nice City - J. H. Hall
Urban Geurilla Angling - Seth Norman
Rivers in Exile - Paul Schullery
On Urban Shores - Ian Frazier
The Chubs - Richard Chiappone
Ile de la Cité and Paris Fishing - James Prosek
The Fine Art of Hudson River Fence Fishing - Nick Lyons
Fishing the Jam - Jerry Dennis
Hermaphrodites to Dries - Dave Hughes
Manhattan Odyssey - Paul Guernsey
Holy Water - Art Scheck
Downtown Stripers, Oaktown Angst - Seth Norman
Through the Ice - Pete Fromm
Trout Within the M25 - Charles Rangeley-Wilson
Unmeasured Caverns - O. Victor Miller
Farewell Grayling - Paul Schullery
Stonecats in the Susquehanna - Jon Rounds