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Pursuit As Happiness

June 5, 2020 By: Spencer Durrant

I have yet to meet an angler who doesn’t enjoy reading Ernest Hemingway (although I have met a lot of fellow English majors who dislike him). This fictional piece ran in The New Yorker and is a classic example of why anglers everywhere enjoy Hemingway’s prose.

Give it a read here.