Fishing can take you to the heart of a landscape in a way few other forms of travel can match. Whether in the world's most outlandish and awe-inspiring places or just at the end of your road, fishing will introduce you to crabby weather and crabbier locals, moon-phases, rip-tides, floods, droughts, remarkable tales, and of course fantastic slippery beasts. In The Accidental Angler you'll battle titanic monsters on a tropical atoll and make-believe sharks on the mushy-peas-and-gravy Wash. You'll chase inscrutable grayling through back gardens in Provence, or phantom sea trout in downtown Southampton. And you'll dance in Brazilian carvinals and find secret rivers hidden beneath the streets. Join Charles Rangeley-Wilson - angler, conservationist, television presenter and traveller - for the trip of a lifetime, on a journey that will make the familiar new, and the strange familiar.
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(198mm x 129mm x 18mm)
Yellow Jersey Press
Publisher: Vintage Publishing
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Author Biography - Charles Rangeley-Wilson
Charles Rangeley-Wilson is an award-winning journalist and broadcaster. As well as having presented BBC TV's The Accidental Angler, he is The Field's fishing correspondent and contributes regularly to Gray's Sporting Journal, America's leading literary outdoor magazine. He was a founder of the Wild Trout Trust, and is the author of one previous book, Somewhere Else. He lives in Norfolk with his wife and two children.