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"Jerry Kustich is one of the most readable and engaging writers I know. He’s an expert at virtually any subject he touches, but he's never ponderous. Instead he's a consummate storyteller and humorist who happens to care deeply about fishing." (Marshall Cutchin, Publisher MidCurrent and Skiff Republic 2013-08-01)
"Jerry Kustich is one of the most readable and engaging writers I know. He's an expert at virtually any subject he touches, but he's never ponderous. Instead he's a consummate storyteller and humorist who happens to care deeply about fishing." (Marshall Cutchin, Publisher, Midcurrent and Skiff Repubilc 2013-10-01)
"Jerry Kustich is one of a vanishing breed of fly fishers. Fly fishing shapes his view of the world, it's not just one of the things he does. It's fishing that has led him to pursue a broader vision of what living in a truly functioning wild ecosystem would feel like. We need him out there poking around on the edges, exploring, fishing, and reporting back with unwavering honesty what he observes." (Ed Engle, Author of Fishing Small Flies and Splitting Cane 2013-10-01)
"Jerry Kustich is at his best in this collection of stories and essays recounting a lifetime in fly fishing. He leads us up the river of life through tranquil pools and treacherous rapids of experience, from the joy of catching a huge trout to the incomprehensibly tragic and premature death of a loved one." (Norm Zeigler, Author of Snook on a Fly and Rivers of Shadow, Rivers of Sun 2013-10-01)
Jerry Kustich is author of At the River’s Edge: Lessons Learned in a Life of Fly Fishing (978-0963310927), A Wisp in the Wind: In Search of Bull Trout, Bamboo, and Beyond (978-0963310941), and coauthor of Fly Fishing for Great Lakes Steelhead (978-0963310910), all published by West River Publishing. His articles and essays have appeared in Fly Fisherman, Big Sky Journal, Fly Rod & Reel, and many other publications. He splits his time between Baltimore, MD, and Twin Bridges, MT.
Good read and good stories. As a fisherman, I've heard many fishing tales, but these will hold the readers interest.Published 1 month ago by Gerald A Beurket
Just loved to read it.Kept me alive when bone fishing.
Jerry is not only a good bamboo rodmaker but a true fisherman.
Kustich through his own life experiences brings a fresh perspective about fishing for anglers everywhere.Published 4 months ago by William H. Jordan