Book: Jack's Drift by J. Wilfred Cahill
|5 stars based on the 3 most helpful Amazon reviews|
J. Wilfred Cahillabout this book: Jack's Drift is a funny and poignant look into the timeless art of fly fishing. Cahill takes the reader on a page turning 50 year fishing trip. You can fish from Florida to Alaska and from Vermont to California from the comfort of your favorite chair, as he leads you along the banks of legendary waterways. Drift along as fishing becomes the backdrop to the entertaining antics of both man and beast. Jack and company encounter everything from fish to bears and colorful anglers as they traipse their way through five decades in pursuit of that elusive quarry. Feel the wind in your face and the sun on your neck and the caress of the current that draws them to the fabled waters of the mountain west, It's a fishing tale for everyone and every time that touches the heart and the funny bone.
You don't have to be a fly fisher to enjoy this book. But reading it will make you want to pickup a fly rod or at least sit on the river bank and watch.
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