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Book Excerpt: "Yellow Stonefly"

For most of his life, Stink’s primary mission had apparently been to kill every skunk in his part of the Ripshin River Valley. Thus the name Calvin Linkous had given him. It seemed too appropriate not to keep. His gait was too shaky now for him to be much of a hunter, but every once in a while an unsuspecting skunk would wander too close to the dog for...

Opportunity to Get Your Book on the Shelves

Wild River Press has a new service for authors choosing to self-publish their work: Wild River Custom Publishing. “Partnering with Wild River Custom Publishing gives you a distinct advantage. Our long experience in publishing quality books will help you (and save you much frustration) every step of the way.”

New Fly Fishing Books - December 7, 2018

Herbert L. Welch: Black Ghosts and Art in a Maine Guide's Wilderness by Graydon Hilyard and Leslie Hilyard is a book that highlights Herb Welch, the inventor of the still popular streamer pattern, the Black Ghost. “With over 200 images including archival black and white and color images by photographer John Swan, this book documents the incredible life...

Author Bob Romano to Attend The International Fly Tying Symposium

Author Bob Romanowill attend the International Fly Tying Symposium to promote and sign copies of his new book, The River King. The International Fly Tying Symposium is set to be held November 17-18, 2018, in Parsippany, NJ.

"Simple Fly Fishing" Second Edition

The second edition ofSimple Fly Fishingwill feature a new cover design by artist Dwight Hwan, eight new fly designs in full color, added stories and instructional illustrations by renowned fish artist James Prosek, plus a quick setup guide for tenkara. The revised 2nd edition lands inPatagonia stores in December and will include a limited number of...

New Fly Fishing Books

The Brown Trout-Atlantic Salmon Nexus: Tactics, Fly Patterns, and the Passion for Catching Salmo, Our Most Prized Gamefish by Matthew Supinski a complete historical, scientific, artistic, culinary, and practical guide to understanding and appreciating these remarkable fish. From history to tactics and techniques accompanied by more than 150 stunning photos...

New Book: "Stilt Houses of Texas"

A new book highlights the unique architecture of stilt houses of coastal Texas. Stilt Houses of Texas is authored by Michael J. Medrano with photography by Tim Romano. Read more in the press release below. Stilt Houses of TexasBy Tim Romano (photographer) & Michael J. Medrano (author) A hard-cover book, french fold jacket, 240 full-color pages, 15.5 x...

New Hemingway Stories to be Published

A new edition of beloved author and angler Ernest Hemingway’s For Whom the Bell Tolls will include three new stories rarely seen in print. For Whom the Bell Tolls: The Hemingway Library Editionis scheduled to be published in summer of 2019 and will include "The Monument," "Indian Country and the White Army," and "A Room on the Garden Side." Via NBC News.

"A Wicked Place"

The spot is full of poison ivy. And ticks. And timber rattlesnakes. So don’t go there. Ever. Plus, it’s not particularly fun to fish—a steep, uneven shoreline where you have to stand angularly, like you are wearing high heels instead of waders. One wrong step, and you are in cold river water up to your chin. But trout like to line up in the bubble...