City FishingBook - 2002
Shelves of books have been written about the ultimate fly-fishing experience: the trip to remote, pristine waters where fish are plentiful and wild. But sometimes there's good fishing to be found right down the street, in the most unlikely of settings. These writers share stories about the fish they've found in the midst of Manhattan, London, Tokyo, and Paris. Fishing a manmade lake in the suburbs of Minnesota, a park pond in New Jersey, in suspect rivers within sight of factories in Buffalo and Oakland, they steal an hour or two and go off to fish where they can, when they can, because they can't not fish. This unorthodox collection reveals what true fishermen understand: good fishing is to be had anywhere you can find it.