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American FishermanFrom the Duck Dynasty star and #1 New York Times bestselling author comes a rollicking popular history of fishing in AmericaAmerican Fisherman traces the impact fishing has had in shaping America’s history and reveals the influential role it has played in defining our lives Willie Robertson persuasively argues that America became what it is today in no small part because of the anglers that call it home From harvest So much great history and good stories The chapters were well laid out I loved the section on women in fishing history It read like a good novel I give it 4 out of 5 because 1 I felt some information was repeated and 2 that various appendices at the end made a lot of extra reading after I thought I was done my OCD about books is that I basically have to read every word from prologue to appendices If you like fishing you’ll like the book

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Ing New England cod to fly fishing for Yellowstone trout to raising Pacific Northwest salmon the fishing industry has long played an essential role in the establishment of many of the nation’s earliest ports most notably along the East Coast Robertson explores how fishing has informed our culture in literature movies and television from classics like The Old Man and the Sea A River Runs Through It and Moby Dick to T Other than the last appendix which got tedious this was a really good listen Loved the imaging of Lewis and Clark on the greatest fishing trip in American history and having just finished Keith McCafferty's Cold Hearted River a Sean Stranahan fly fishing mystery revolving around Papa Hemingway's missing trunk the part about Ernest Hemingway was fascinating I also enjoyed the extensive section on American women anglers