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“Fishermen who strive for world angling records are of a strange and singular breed: part athlete, part artist, part predator, part mad scientist—and totally obsessed. In this entertaining and exciting book, author Andrew Vietze tells the stories of over a dozen modern-day Ahabs for whom landing the largest specimen of a particular species—everything from piranhas to largemouth bass to hammerhead sharks—looms larger than Mount Everest or the Nobel Prize.”

—Paul Guernsey, author of Beyond Catch & Release: Exploring the Future of Fly Fishing, and former editor of Fly Rod & Reel

About the Author

Award-winning author Andrew Vietze is a Registered Maine Guide and a seasonal ranger at Baxter State Park. His latest book, Becoming Teddy Roosevelt: How a Maine Guide Inspired America's 26th President, won a silver Independent Publisher's Book Award, was a finalist for a ForeWord Reviews Book of the Year Award, spent weeks on the bestseller list (in Maine), and was honored by decree of the Maine State Legislature. He's written several other books, including the forthcoming tale of the harrowing events on Boon Island (Globe Pequot), and his work has appeared in a wide array of publications, among them Time Out New York, Big Sky Journal, AMC Outdoors, Explore, Crawdaddy!, the New York Times' LifeWire, and Weather.com's Forecast Earth. He's the former Managing Editor of Down East: The Magazine of Maine, has won two International Regional Magazine Awards for history writing, and spends as much time as he can in the woods.


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Andrew Vietze is the bestselling author of six books. He splits his time between the coast of Maine and the deep North Woods. For half of the year he's a ranger at Baxter State Park, one of the premier wilderness destinations in the East. His books include the #1 Amazon bestseller (US History), Boon Island, called "a maritime whodunit rife with twists and turns and high drama" by Publishers Weekly, and Becoming Teddy Roosevelt, which won a silver Independent Publishers Book Award, was a finalist for a Book of the Year Award, and was honored by decree of the Maine State Legislature. As a freelance journalist, his work has appeared in a wide array of print and online publications, including Time Out New York, Crawdaddy!, Weather.com's Forecast Earth, the New York Times' LifeWire, Offshore, Explore, AMC Outdoors, Hooked on the Outdoors, Big Sky Journal, Maine Times, Down East, and many more. A Registered Maine Guide - and ardent supporter of Liverpool Football Club - he lives in an old farmhouse in the river valley town of Appleton, Maine, with his wife and two sons. Look for his upcoming thriller about the lumbercamp era and his memoir about life as a park ranger soon.
More at www.andrewvietze.com

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