"An Entirely Synthetic Fish" Wins National Outdoor Book Award
It was announced yesterday that Anders Halverson’s intriguing book on the history of rainbow trout in North Ameria won top honors for natural history literature in the annual National Outdoor Book Awards.
An Entirely Synthetic Fish: How Rainbow Trout Beguiled America and Overran the World is a “tale of how well intended programs have gone utterly wrong, putting the treasures of trout anglers at risk, while simultaneously spreading the joy of trout fishing around the globe,” says Samuel Snyder, who reviewed the book for MidCurrent.
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