Small Fry: The Lure of the Little is a literary study of small fish and small waters; a survey of fly fishing literature, and a personal memoir contrasting youthful fishing stories with contemporary angling adventures. The author's search for small fry on the fly takes him to places as remote as the small streams in the Appalachian Mountains and as urban as the ponds in Manhattan's Central Park. Laced with the humor and the poetry of experience, Small Fry reveals why "the lure of the little" is a passion worth catching.
The Whitefish Press, Cincinnati OH 2010
Paperback, 117 pages
9 x 6 in.
Condition - As new. No sign of wear
Prologue: These Lines
Chapter 1 The Lure of the Little
Chapter 2 Presenting Brookus Bassa; The Smallmouth Bass
Chapter 3 Presenting Rob-fin redbreast; The Redbreast Sunfish
Chapter 4 Presenting Solid rocky; The Rock Bass
Chapter 5 Presenting Small star; The Green Sunfish
Chapter 6 Presenting Little buddies; The Largemouth Bass and
Chapter 7 Presenting White lightning; The White Perch
Chapter 8 Presenting Panfish intenationale; The Yellow Perch
Chapter 9 Presenting Mighty Minnow; The Creek Chub
Chapter 10 Presenting Small Wonder; The Brook Trout
Chapter 11 Scaled-down Gear
Chapter 12 A Bamboo Baptism
Chapter 13 Thoughts on Knots
Chapter 14 The Little Angler
Epilogue: Fine Lines (Further Reading)
About the Author
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