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Frederick Prince

Fred Prince was born in northeastern Pennsylvania dairy country where he first fished for trout. He later attended college at Penn State and Ohio University. His Ph.D. was one of the first studies on human muscle fiber types and adaptations with exercise. Since 1985 he has been teaching Human Anatomy and Physiology, Cell Biology, and various other biological courses at Plymouth State University (NH) – www.plymouth.edu.frederickpprince.

Author Articles

"Bypassed Fishing"

Often, when making long hikes up into the backcountry I pass streams, small or not so small, which “look good.” I’ll think to myself, as if conversing with someone, “If a fisherman took the time they would likely find some good fishing there.” Some of these streams are in steep country and are basically pocket water, pocket water never ending, so...