Fly Fishing Books: Review of Black's Casting a Spell

As we mentioned last week, Random House has just released George Black’s new book of fly fishing essays centered around bamboo rod culture. Casting a Spell (Random House, August 2006, 272 pages) gets reviewed by Ron Wynn of the Nashville City Newspaper today: “Black’s essays on fishing venture into many other areas, among them economics, technology and global political concerns. But this never lapses into a detached, dry, or pedantic study.”

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