The best trout fishing is always on the far side of the moon, of course, and getting there and back naturally consumes a good part of the fisherman’s time, patience, and ingenuity — not to mention his capital assets. Normal hazards and obstacles encountered along the way include . . . owlish souls who maintain locked gates and steel cables and put up quaint welcome signs inviting all fishermen to keep the hell out.

John Voelker
Anatomy of a Fisherman

© 2011 Timothy Schulz


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