Author John Gierach of Lyons, Colo., is as noted for his self-deprecating humor as he is for his fly-fishing knowledge. Wall Street Journal reviewer David Profumo says of Gierach: "Nobody likes a wiseguy as a streamside companion, and this sense of fallibility....marks him out as the voice of the common angler."
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