New Books: Jack Ohman's Angler Management

October 6, 2009 By: Marshall Cutchin

More often than not, humor provides a perfect escape. After two months of scrutinizing new fly gear and wondering how we could possibly say something intelligent about more than two hundred products, we were very happy to see Jack Ohman’s new book Angler Management: The Day I Died While Fly Fishing in the mail.
We’d heard from editor Jay Nichols (Headwater Books) that it was hilarious, and after reading a good bit of it I can say that’s an understatement. This week we’re happy to share a chapter from the book called “Gear We Don’t Use.” Thankfully, we don’t have to review the Myrtlewood Trout Call on MidCurrent.