Anglers Journal

The Armchair Angler

Back Seat with Fish
By Henry Hughes
Skyhorse Publishing

While it’s not sex, drugs and rock ’n’ roll, Henry Hughes’ memoir rejoices in the indulgences of a life full of love, literature and fishing. No one sucks the marrow quite like Hughes.

Beginning with bait and spin fishing in his childhood waters off New York City, sensual

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