Glenn Law is an award-winning writer and editor who has served as editorial director forFalcon Books, as a columnist for American Angler, and as a writer for Saltwater Sportsman. He was for many years the editor-in-chief of Florida Sportsman magazine. His articles on fishing and other topics have appeared in many outdoors magazines as well as Men’s Journal and Popular Mechanics.
FROM THE NORTH-COUNTRY streams of England came the most lasting landmarks in the development of the fly fishing. The idylls of Walton and the technical prowess of Ronalds and Stewart originated north of London, but it was the streams south of the city, the Test and the Itchen, that would be the settings of the most controversial developments the sport has...