Little rivers

by Margot Page

Paper Book, 1995




New York : Lyons & Burford, c1995.


Margot Page has fly fishing in her blood and she invites the reader to join her as she revels in the sport and the natural world as an angler, a woman, a mother, and a remarkable storyteller. (A) splendid collection of essays ... -- Publishers Weekly

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LibraryThing member dafewillis
A beautiful book. Not quite up to the philosophical lyricism of, say, Ted Leeson, or the down-home truths of John Gierach, but deeply personal for the author, and, in turn, sincerely inspiring for the reader. I wanted to go fish after reading this book, and that's really what it comes down to, isn't it?
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