Fly Fishing Book Review: Hull's Pale Morning Done

July 30, 2005 By: Marshall Cutchin

“Having discarded the daily grind and sometime public relations nightmares of guiding, he has labored mightily on the ranch for two years, with his two hands and a backhoe, to virtually create an idyllic, trout-filled spring creek – one he can share, and rent by the day, to fly fishing customers.” Steve Pollick reviews Jeff Hull’s Pale Morning Done (The Lyons Press, 343 pages) in the Toledo (Ohio) Blade.