From 45 years of guiding, these stories, observations and experiences in the Rideau Lakes district of Canada, which tell of...

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WHEN THE FISH ARE RISING

From 45 years of guiding, these stories, observations and experiences in the Rideau Lakes district of Canada, which tell of lake trout, large mouth black bass, walleye pike, the fighting muskle, small mouth bass, panfish, pickerel, in light of the sportsmanship that makes so many devotees of fishing. There are portraits of fishermen, of all kinds, of fishing sense, of the habits and lore of the forests, lakes and streams of Eastern Ontario; there's a ghost story, some backwoods philosophy and character evaluation; there are the necessary tactics of hunting and fishing, and the many personalities the author has encountered. It is an outdoors book, a ""natural"" for the fishing fraternity.

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Publisher: Duell, Sloan & Pearce

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Kirkus Reviews Issue: July 1, 1947