Stackpole Books, 1993 - 238 páginas
The catching of fish, said the Sage of Chocoloskee, is but an incident in fishing. He told the frozen truth. To be out in the open where fish are; to watch them at their great business of living; to see them in the water or out of the water; to fish for them, and even to hook them and have them get away-all this is wonderfully worth while-wonderfully better worth while than merely to catch and keep the stiffening fading body of one of the most beautiful forms of life.
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