Fly-Fishin' Fool

The Adventures, Misadventures, and Outright Idiocies of a Compulsive Angler


Book Description

The inimitable author of the hugely popular Crosscurrents and River Music, whom Kirkus called "one of the finest nature writers in print," comes back with a third hilarious and observant opus on the nature of knavery in the sport of fly fishing.

About Babb, James R.

James R. Babb is the editor of Gray's Sporting Journal and author of River Music and Crosscurrents, which Library Journal hailed as "the best fly-fishing book" of 2001. He was born and grew up in East Tennessee, and has worked as a commercial lobster fisherman, a truck driver, a boatyard worker, a reporter, and a feature writer. He lives in Searsport, Maine.