"American Waters: Fly-Fishing Journeys of a Native Son" by Peter Kaminsky
Chasing his passion for angling, Peter Kaminsky has fished his way across the country, discovering himself and the splendor of America in the process. In this gorgeous volume, he recounts fly-fishing journeys from the Ozarks and Everglades to the bountiful riptides of Montauk Point and many, many more. Accompanied by spectacular photography and mouthwatering recipes, his lyrical prose conveys the grace, beauty and absolute joy that can only be found by casting a fly.
- Written by "New York Times" outdoors columnist Peter Kaminsky
- His work has been featured in "Field & Stream," "Sports Afield" and "Outdoor Life"
- Filled with real life stories, mouthwatering recipes and stunning photography
- 192 pages
- 9.25 (W) x 9.5 (L) inches
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