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adventurers son

The Adventurer’s Son

It’s quite possibly the most poignant, honest look at the unique relationship between a father and a son that I’ve ever read. At a time when men’s actions are under so much scrutiny, it’s easy to forget the role that only a father can play for his son. Dial welcomes readers, with full honesty, into that relationship with his son Cody.

The Waters Between Us

Above all, what Tougias does is communicate the reason we all love the outdoors so much, and he does so in a way that’s approachable. You don’t need to be some diehard fly angler or big game hunter to appreciate the insights Tougias shares. Everyone – from the slickest city dweller to the most grizzled mountain man – will find something they can relate to.
orvis fly tying guide

The Orvis Guide to the Essential American Flies

The definitive guide to tying the most successful and productive freshwater and saltwater flies of all time. While there are thousands of flies available to anglers, many of the most popular are those that, by virtue of their fish-catching ability and unique construction methods, have stood the test of time. This indispensable resource features twenty quintessential fly patterns, including the Parachute Adams, Clouser Minnow, and Woolly Bugger. With detailed chapters exploring the history of and variations on each fly, interviews with fly originators, and step-by-step tying “recipes” and instructions, this is the perfect reference book for fly tiers of all abilities. Published in association with The Orvis Company.
casting forward book

Casting Forward

Forward is a book that will force you to think. Whether about your own convictions on life, or on the way you interact with nature through fishing, you’ll finish each chapter with a great deal on your mind. And that is, perhaps, another hallmark of good writing. It sticks with you long after you’ve finished reading it.
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Fishing Through the Apocalypse

If anything, Fishing Through the Apocalypse reminds us that there’s plenty of reason to hope for better fishing in the years to come.
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