If Fish Could Scream
An Angler?s Search for the Future of Fly Fishing
In seven essays sometimes controversial, sometimes reflective, all fascinating, Paul Schullery ruminates on the evolution of fly fishing and delves into the big issues affecting the world of fly fishing today and tomorrow. Dams? effect on fishing, the supposed cruelty of catch-and-release, competition among fly fishers, spinning versus fly fishing, and how transportation has changed the sport are just a few of the topics he covers.
About the Author:
Paul Schullery is the author, coauthor, or editor of more than three dozen books on natural history, conservation, and outdoor sport, including Mountain Time, Searching for Yellowstone, American Fly Fishing: A History, Lewis and Clark Among the Grizzlies, and The Rise. He was the 2006 winner of the Federation of Fly Fishers' Roderick Haig-Brown Award. Schullery lives in Bozeman, Montana.