Falling in Again
by Chris Yates
Tales of an Incorrigible Angler
Within each pair of essays, the angling anecdotes mirror each other in strange and surprising ways.
Falling in Again finds Chris in search of a 'lost' carp lake, being mugged on the River Mole, and dangling breadcrust for chub from an overhanging tree, but throughout he is exploring the patterns of angling, the links between angling in boyhood and middle age.
These are tales of fishing in innocence and experience, in which the mysteries of angling remain greater than the man, whose destiny is to keep falling in again.
50 Black & white illustrations
Sun, Nov 01, 1998