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Reading the Water: A Life Spent Fishing

Biography & autobiography


by
Darryl Grimason

Book Details

Format: EPUB

Page count: 224 pages

File size: 5.4 MB

Protection: DRM

Language: English

Darryl Grimason vividly and lyrically conveys in this book the all-consuming passion for fishing that has inspired him since boyhood. Whether describing a nostalgic attachment to his first special fishing rod, the pleasures of angling for wild brown trout on Lough Corrib or the capture of a Giant Bluefin Tuna off the Donegal coast, his enthusiasm for the subject is infectious. Set against the elemental power of the ocean, and the ever-changing moods of Ireland’s lakes and waterways, Reading the Water gives a mesmerising account of the author’s lifelong love affair with fishing that is both deeply personal and universally appealing.

Darryl Grimason vividly and lyrically conveys in this book the all-consuming passion for fishing that has inspired him since boyhood. Whether describing a nostalgic attachment to his first special fishing rod, the pleasures of angling for wild brown trout on Lough Corrib or the capture of a Giant Bluefin Tuna off the Donegal coast, his enthusiasm for the subject is infectious. Set against the elemental power of the ocean, and the ever-changing moods of Ireland’s… (more)

Darryl Grimason vividly and lyrically conveys in this book the all-consuming passion for fishing that has inspired him since boyhood. Whether describing a nostalgic attachment to his first special fishing rod, the pleasures of angling for wild brown trout on Lough Corrib or the capture of a Giant Bluefin Tuna off the Donegal coast, his enthusiasm for the subject is infectious. Set against the elemental power of the ocean, and the ever-changing moods of Ireland’s lakes and waterways, Reading the Water gives a mesmerising account of the author’s lifelong love affair with fishing that is both deeply personal and universally appealing.

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