Hoagy Carmichael's Grand Cascapedia History

A wonderful analogy emerges from this interview with Hoagy B. Carmichael, son of the legendary composer and author of the recently released first volume of a history of the Grand Cascapedia. It ties together qualities that mark both great writers and accomplished anglers: optimism and a willingness to see patterns where others hardly look. “Hoagy’s father had always told him that if you look at a piano; there all kinds of new songs waiting there right on the keys … you just have to find them.” Living on Earth producer Bob Carty talks with the author about the river that has produced three quarters of North America’s largest Atlantic salmon.

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