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Paperback Details
  • 03/2016
  • 9781457544415 1457544415
  • 188 pages
  • $12.95
Hardcover Details
  • 03/2016
  • 9781457546358 1457546358
  • 188 pages
  • $22.95
Ebook Details
  • 03/2016
  • 9781457546501 1457546501
  • 188 pages
  • $9.99
Tony Dincau
Author
A Trout Fisherman's Soul
Tony Dincau, author

Adult; Memoir; (Market)

A man has a brush with mortality that causes a life's reflection, which unexpectedly takes him back to a family trout stream with 60 years and four generations of history. Thoughtful recollections of trips gone by help him realize that he's been molded and shaped by heartfelt time spent with his forefather's on the stream. His later recognition that he's become the mentor of the family's next generation sets the tone for an intimate, touching story.
Reviews
Kirkus's Reviews

"...revealing the fishing trip not as a rote ritual, but as an event full of lively knowledge, history, and tradition. The author's tone is folksy and personable, if sometimes saccharine, and features unpredictable phrases, such as when he describes a recurrent conversation growing on him "like a comfortable beard." Although this memoir is ostensibly about Midwest trout fishing and family life, its underlying backbone is its almost Proustian curiosity about memory, time, and death and its search for vindication of one's existence in the natural order." -Kirkus Reviews

"An intimate, entrancing sketch of a family that found joy and affirmation in nature." -Kirkus Reviews

News
07/04/2016
Stream Trout Fisherman and Salty Dog Fisherman Unite!

Our good friends Todd and Jeanne invited us down to their incredible camp overlooking the Gulf Of Mexico on Cypremort Point in S Louisiana for some good times over the 4th. Todd is mentioned on page 120 in A Trout Fisherman’s Soul because of his die-hard family history with offshore speckle trout fishing – akin to my own family’s stream trout fishing history. After rehashing stories new and old, there’s one thing that remains constant – the tie with family togetherness and tradition in an outdoor setting lands deeper within us than any fish either of us has ever caught.

Formats
Paperback Details
  • 03/2016
  • 9781457544415 1457544415
  • 188 pages
  • $12.95
Hardcover Details
  • 03/2016
  • 9781457546358 1457546358
  • 188 pages
  • $22.95
Ebook Details
  • 03/2016
  • 9781457546501 1457546501
  • 188 pages
  • $9.99

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