Ureneck's Backcast Wins National Outdoor Book Award

Backcast plays out like the long and splendid arc of a fly line, unfurling on an Alaskan river trip that Lou Ureneck has arranged to re-connect with his son. As the trip progresses, Ureneck reflects back on his own life while adroitly capturing the sometimes hilarious and sometimes serious interactions between himself and his son. The result is a realistic and heartwarming story of a father and his son — and a work of outdoor literature of the highest order. ”
You can read an excerpt from Backcast on MidCurrent.

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