The Hudson Library will be hosting Mark Kurlansky on March 10th at 7pm. Kurlansky will be discussing his book The Unreasonable Virtue of Fly Fishing.
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Historian Kurlansky’s lifelong love of the sport of fishing has taken him around the world, from the wilds of Alaska to Basque country, from the Catskills in New York to Oregon's Columbia River, from Ireland and Norway to Russia and Japan and he absorbed every fact, detail, and anecdote along the way. The Unreasonable Virtue of Fly Fishing marries Kurlansky's signature wide-ranging reach with a subject that has captivated him for a lifetime--combining history, craft, and personal memoir to show readers, devotees of the sport or not, the necessity of experiencing nature's balm first-hand.
From the award-winning, bestselling author of Cod--the irresistible story of the science, history, art, and culture of the least efficient way to catch a fish.