Book Summary

In six stories, Marshall Craig takes us on a journey from bonefish flats on Andros in the Bahamas, to a smallmouth bass stream in Missouri, to snook inhabited mangrove forests in the 10,000 Islands of Florida, and to the native rainbow-inhabited McCloud River of Northern California. At each stop he lingers to comment on the friends, the guides and the experience, leaving readers, both those who have fished and those who have never wet a line, alternately laughing and nodding in recognition.