The late Kingsmill Moore was one of the most respected men in Ireland in the decades before his death. A Man May Fish has become a classic since it was first published in 1960. The work covers a lifetime of fishing for trout, sea trout, and salmon. The author was a skilled and long-experienced angler with an enviable command of the English language, and his book is full of information on how to fish. Although it is often reminiscent, there are no idle memories: every incident teaches something of value, so that it is a useful, practical book. It is a book to enchant every angler for salmon and trout, and rates as essential reading. Revised in 1979 by the author to include 2 additional chapters and an appendix on the effect of waves and deeply stained water on a fish's vision of a fly. Preface by Hugh Falkus, who considers A Man May Fish in his top twenty list of best angling books.
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