Humiliated by Brook Trout

August 13, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

James R. Babb delivers a typically hilarious account of sponging off of his friends and being humiliated by brook trout. “In the Rocky Mountain States, fishing for brook trout is less a backcountry vision quest for a grail with scales than it is pest control with culinary compensation, a free trip to the market with 20 fish to the customer and a green-stamp bonus of environmental righteousness.” In Gray’s Sporting Journal.