Fisherman and hunters will like this collection of Dud Dean stories which have appeared in sporting magazines, and which...

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DUD DEAN AND HIS COUNTRY

Fisherman and hunters will like this collection of Dud Dean stories which have appeared in sporting magazines, and which give the thrill of a good catch, the feel of battle with salmon, trout, and even bass- which Dud Dean looks down upon but admits put up a good fight. The author takes you hunting for rabbits, ""rarecoons"", partridge by night and day, and creates the right atmosphere for adventure. He has a grand dog story that shows his true love for dogs, and his people who live in the north woods are real and a part of the picture. There's humor here as well as excitement, to be taken at your armchair case.

Pub Date: June 16, 1946

ISBN: N/A

Page Count: -

Publisher: Coward-McCann

Review Posted Online: N/A

Kirkus Reviews Issue: June 1, 1946