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My Side of the River: Reflections of a Catskill Fly Fisherman

by Roger Menard

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The Catskill Mountains are the birthplace of flyfishing in America and author Menard has spent a lifetime fishing for trout on the rivers and streams of the mountains. (It was here in the 1800s that Theodore Gordon developed dry flies suitable for the fast flowing Catskill rivers.) Sprinkled liberally with tips on everything from refinishing an old cane rod to finding just the right feathers for tying flies, this great book offers advice on outwitting the wary and elusive trout.

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