Despite its title, Fishing Lessons will not show readers how to fish. In fact, you don't even have to like to fish to enjoy and appreciate the latest book from respected psychologist, fisherman, and essayist Paul Quinnett.
Fishing Lessons is a rich mix of anecdotes, observations, essays, short stories, one-liners, and personal revelations from Quinnett's rich life and fishing journals. In his honest, straightforward style, the renowned psychologist/fisherman rounds out the trilogy that began with Pavlov's Trout and Darwin's Bass, the first books ever written on the psychology of fishing. This time he tackles the philosophy of fishing -- a philosophy of enjoying life. Over the course of its 240 pages. Fishing Lessons provides satisfying essays that won't so much teach you about fishing as they will teach you about yourself.