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  1. #11
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    Default Re: Book Reviews

    I have read FireholeFirehole River Murder: Yellowstone Fly-Fishing Mystery Series by Raymond Kieft, it was OK, I would recomend it. Sort reminded me of some of the Navada Bar books. Good mystery that keeps you trying to figure out who done it. Just recieved Trout Dude, flying to Orlando this afternoon to attend a Homebuilders convention. I am gonna start reading it on the flight.

  2. #12
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    Default Re: Book Reviews

    Sounds like I may need to try the Firehole River Murder. I am currently into both Marley and Me (it is almost as if I am reading my last six years with Baxter my 90 lb lab and family) and Roosevelt's Wilderness Hunter. Both good reads, Roosevelt has a way of taking you back to that era of adventure.

    Two books not mentioned on the thread yet are Good Flies by Gierach and Trout Flies by Dave Hughes. Both are on the top of my list of fly tying books with worn pages and bits of hair and feathers flying out every time I open them.

  3. #13
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    Default Re: Book Reviews

    Trouttater,
    I have a 2yr old lab, Molly. A little bit after I got her (well rescued her from abandonment) I picked up "Marley and Me". I laughed so hard I had to shut the book and NOTICE do not finish the book while you are around people. YOU WILL CRY. Ive read it twice and cried my eyes out both times.......

    MTN_TRT
    LIFE IS GOOD

  4. #14
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    Default Cogan's Woods

    Picked this book up at LRO a couple of weeks ago. While not about trout fishing, Coogan's Woods is about remembering and in so many ways brings out the best in what really makes a memory much the way fly fishing does. Highly recommend this book.

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    Default Another great read

    Here's another one. I Just re-read "Strangers in High Places" by Michael Frome. This without question, is the best factual account of the history of the Smokies, east TN and west NC. If your a history buff and want a very detailed account of the GSMNP this book has it. Its a must for anyone intrested in our region.

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