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Amazing Fishing Stories From Battling Monsters From The Deep, To The Magic And Mystery Of Fly Fishing Larger Than Life Fish Stories That Are All TrueLifelong Fisherman Paul Knight Knows The Thrill Of The Chase, The One On One Battle Of Endurance Between Man And Beast That Is Sport Fishing Like Hemingway, And Legions Of Others Who Ve Tested Themselves Against Nature, Author Paul Knight Has Traveled To Remote Parts Of The Globe To Reel In Stories Of Epic Adventures With Rod And Line In Amazing Fishing Stories, He Takes Readers On A Breathtaking Expedition From Frozen Russian Rivers To The Wild Jungles Of India, Detailing The Heart Pounding Capture Of Sailfish, Tuna, And Shark And Thrilling Struggles With Monsters From The Deep There Are Wonderful Stories Of Fly Fishing, As Knight Describes In Captivating Detail The Pursuit Of Salmon, Trout, And Exotic Sport From The Scottish Highlands To The Indian Jungle International In Scope, And Covering All Types Of Fishing From Open Ocean To Mountain Stream, This Eclectic Collection Of Well Told Fishing Stories Has Something For Everyone The Book Is A Compelling And Entertaining Read That Covers A Variety Of Fishing Around The World The Author Is A Leading Figure Among UK Anglers, As CEO Of Salmon And Trout Association, And Contributor To A Wide Range Of Angling Magazines, Including Gamefisher An Ideal Gift For The Armchair Enthusiast And Active Fisherman, Amazing Fishing Stories Is An Exhilarating Trek Across The Globe, With A Skilled Fisherman And Masterful Writer, In Search Of The Perfect Catch.

About the Author: Paul Knight

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3 thoughts on “Amazing Fishing Stories

  1. says:

    An interesting twist on the normal anthology, this, as Paul Knight sticks to a line somewhere between fact and fiction, suggesting in his introduction that each of these 45 short tales has a foundation of truth that he has chosen to embellish in places for dramatic purposes The tales are grouped in seven categories Captured Monsters, Interfering Animals, Ghosts, Amazing Days, Extraordinary Tales, Research and Reminiscences and Lost Leviathans.Early on, I began to think the breathless bombardment of stories lasting just a couple of pages might have been better worked as a group of fewer but longer items, giving the author scope to develop plots and characters that remain longer in the memory.In terms of entertainment, however, he won me over the the book progressed and I like the standfirst format borrowed from magazines, where a brief paragraph below the headline provides a summary of the story that follows.The premises of the tales are good and Knight builds on them well, covering the whole ambit of fishing, from coarse to sea, around the world I counted something like 25 of the stories with flyfishing as their theme although the book has to overcome one or two glaring errors that threaten its credibility somewhat I can just about cope with being ...

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