American Fly Fishing Literature: 2015 Exhibit -- Part One

American Fly Fishing Literature: 2015 Exhibit -- Part One

Featured here is this year's exhibit of new acquisitions generously donated by Paul and Mary Ann Ford. Subtitled Of Fish Tails it includes publications of The Anglers' Club of New York, recording their shared stories and tails through club bulletins, club histories, and privately printed works as Well dressed lines edited by Samuel Stratton Jennings, and Sparse Grey Hackle edited by Austin M. Francis. Added are other publications by and about Sparse Grey Hackle, Fishless Days, Angling Nights and An Honest Angler: the Best of Sparse Grey Hackle, as well as another noted club member Princeton professor Henry Van Dyke, his Fisherman's Luck and Some Other Uncertain Things, and The Travel Diary of an Angler. The "fish tails" continue with the works of John Gierach, prolific contemporary story teller of the sport and his friend A. K. Best, A. K.'s Fly Box

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