The Need for "Tanglible Results"

July 14, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

James R. Babb ruminates on the need to produce results that burdens the hunter more than the angler. “Sometimes I imagine I might learn to focus my scattered mind enough to lift off from this mossy gneiss divan of mine, to hover briefly and then glide upstream into the mist, the antigravitational offspring of Saint Izaak of Walton and a magic-carpeted Buddha, floating along, smiling at the little brook and its cache of familiar trout.” In Gray’s Sporting Journal.