THE UNREASONABLE VIRTUE OF FLY FISHING is a must have for every addict of "the least efficient way to catch a fish". This treasure examines every aspect of the sport from crafting flies to casting and includes little known facts of its history. Mark Kurlansky has taken his paraphernalia to the streams and rivers of Russia, Japan, Norway, Ireland and almost every other spot on the planet where smart fish lay daring him to catch them. What a fun, fact-filled collection of tales and tips.
THIS COPY (shown below) was signed on the title page by Mark Kurlansky at his office. It is a new, unread hardback opened only for signing. Published by Bloomsbury, and distributed by Macmillan Publishers.
MARK KURLANSKY (pictured below from our Wall of Fame) is an international best-seller whose books have been translated into twenty-five languages. He has published fiction and children's books, and is a playwright, but is best known for his wide ranging works of non-fiction. His background as a journalist covering Central and Latin America, Europe, Asia and Africa served him well in researching an amazing collection of genres such as food, sports and history in minute detail. Thank you Mark Kurlansky for signing our books.