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Confessions of a Fisherman & Other Lies

eBook (PDF), 216 Pages
(4 Ratings)
Price: $6.09
A series of short articles and essays published in Florida regional fishing and outdoor magazines. The vignettes depict real experiences and thoughts of a local fisherman not in lock step with tourism, mass marketing or tournaments. It's a look at back country Florida and those who prowl and fiercely love the areas.
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  • By fishkayaks
    Feb 9, 2009
    "Confessions of a fisherman" I think I saw this guy once! See, there was this cat on the bank watching me with binoculars as I released a fish a few years ago... The author's tales of the fish camp are dead-on as I used to hang out at one in my home town years ago and had the great pleasure of meeting characters like those in the book. Great fun reading for any angler as it's a far cry from what's published in mags and other books.
  • By jaywagner
    Dec 2, 2008
    "Confessions of Fisherman & Other Lies" The author has great knowledge of the estuaries and intercoastal areas of central Florida. Loads of humor, a fun read, especially for the outdoorsman.
  • By Dan Betancourt
    Nov 5, 2008
    "Book Review" I got some laughs out of the stories but didn't believe the author when he said it was all based on "real" people and events. Then, I happened to run into a guy at a local sports bar that looked just like a fisherman in one of the book's pictures and asked him about it. He said "I'm Gator!" Further, he claimed he knew Tacklehead, Half Naked Charley and No Motor Zone Ned, among others. Well, OK. If you want an "air port book" and like the outdoors, then get this book. It's not a half bad read at all.
  • By John Tarr
    May 14, 2007
    "My Review" For those people that fish on a regular basis, this book is going to strike home. Funny insights, humorous rules, and same plain old facts on the life of fisherfolks. I found the stories, many of which included people that I know, to be light, easy to read, and insightful. The second portion of the book (stories from the fish camp), was a little difficult to read. The method in which they were written is different from many styles, and requires a little more effort to understand them. The book is definitely worth purchasing and reading. It will also make a great gift for anyone that you know who spends his/her spare time with the maddening chase of fish.
  • By planojack1921
    Feb 19, 2007
    "Mike Stunbblefield's new book about fisher men" Would like to recommend anyone interested in fishing to read this book. He does a great job. Give him at least a 4 star rating. Planojack
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Product Details

Publisher
jack stubblefield
Published
October 1, 2011
Language
English
Pages
216
File Format
PDF
File Size
8.79 MB

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