By Jerry Kustich
The top messages on fly fishing come from the guts. Jerry is a brand new voice in that culture. -- John Randolph, Editor and writer, Fly Fisherman Magazine
The heat of those fishing tales radiates a ways past the river financial institution. -- Charlie Meyers, outside Editor, The Denver Post
"In a chain of brief tales, Kustich takes the reader to rivers around the nation, introduces them to characters he is met alongside the coastline and gives a glimpse right into a way of life that increases fly fishing to a close to spiritual event.
"Ever ask yourself what it'd be wish to stay the lifetime of a full-time fishermen?" asks Glenn Brackett, the grasp bamboo rod builder with Winston Rod, within the book's foreword. "Well, Jerry lives that existence. it's a lifetime of goal and keenness -- a robust love affair with fish and fishing. no matter if he casts his line throughout water or upon paper, he's without end fishing." '--Perry Backus of The Montana usual
Out of the restlessness of the 60s and down a course that resulted in nowhere, the writer came upon even more than you'll ever think. This number of tales defines the that means of passionate pursuit. In that realm the place a fly is solid into the circulate of existence, the reader too will locate that the line much less traveled may end up in a really distinctive place.
Ever ask yourself what it'd be prefer to reside the lifetime of a full-time fisherman? good, Jerry lives that existence. it's a lifetime of objective and passion-a strong love affair with fish and fishing. no matter if he casts his line throughout water or upon paper, he's eternally fishing. Jerry's works replicate this love whole-heartedly...At the river's part he has discovered the affection of a girl, the loyalty of a pal, the companionship of a puppy, a voice when you haven't any voice, the paranormal stumble upon, and the phrases to exhibit all this-along with a lot more.
About the Author
A one-time highschool instructor with an exceptional origin within the sciences, the writer built a prepared curiosity of nature and conservation matters whereas staring at the Niagara River succumb to the forces of toxins within the 50s and 60s. through the years he has handled those haunting photographs of the prior as an artist and a author. as well as a variety of released articles, Jerry wrote and illustrated a weekly nature column within the Montana ordinary, and co-authored Fly Fishing for nice Lakes Steelhead: a sophisticated examine an rising Fishery along with his brother Rick. After eighteen years, Kustich nonetheless maintains to construct bamboo rods with the R.L. Winston Rod corporation in dual Bridges, Montana-when he isn't at the highway or status in a river.
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