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creakycane
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Anyone reading any new fishing books of note?

Has anyone seen the new book on the Cains River by Brad Burns? Any impressions appreciated.

Thanks all; hope your lines are tight, and you all have a safe summer!

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Brad's book is incredibly well-researched with wonderful photos, new and old. Worth every penny.
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gt05254 wrote:
06/26/20 18:27
Brad's book is incredibly well-researched with wonderful photos, new and old. Worth every penny.
Gary
Thanks! I'll have to move it to the "buy" list......

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perfesser wrote:
06/27/20 11:29
just ordered a copy of rob smith's 'the north country fly', exploring the yorkshire and scottish hackled wet fly tradition. is 300+ pages published in 2015.
Thanks, that's a very good read. I recall Rob working on another volume also, but have not heard anything about it.

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