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Fathers and Daughters

March 22, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

On the heels of Nick Lyons fine piece yesterday, Jim Harrison writes a fictional dad-and-daughter piece in The New Yorker. Ok, he mentions trout fishing only once, but as Nick pointed out that’s about all it takes in the hands of a fine writer to make this a piece of angling literature.