by Yale University Press .
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||105|
Skip to main content. Browse Subjects. Art and Architecture; Biography; Business; Classics; Economics; Health and Medicine. Since the first copy of the Yale Anglers’ Journal appeared in , readers with an interest in fish and fishing have opened the pages of each issue with anticipation and delight. YAJ’s founders suspected that others would share their passion for literature and art related to angling; what they had not fully anticipated was the intensity of /5(3). Since the first copy of the "Yale Anglers' Journal" appeared in , readers with an interest in the topics of fish and fishing have opened the pages of each issue with anticipation and delight. This anthology presents a selection of 50 stories, recollections, essays, and poems featured in the "Yale Anglers' Journal" during its first decade. We’re alike, yet we all have distinctive stories to tell. Meet the characters, salts and passionate anglers from the many angling tribes who make our watery world so rich. The Yale Fishing Club, one of the oldest in the country, offers students a rare chance to escape. By Anglers Journal Editors.
Yale Anglers' Journal: An Undergraduate Publication Volume Iv Number 2 and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Yale by the Numbers - AbeBooks Passion for books. So at 19, as a student at Yale University, he published a book, Trout: An Illustrated History. From then on, Prosek was known as “Trout Boy” around campus. The book launched a career that has taken him around the world to study, paint and fish. The Yale Anglers' Journal was founded in by James Prosek, an upperclassman from New England, and Joseph Furia, a freshman from the West Coast, who bonded over their love of fishing and the. Get this from a library! Tight lines: ten years of the Yale anglers' journal. [James Prosek; Joseph Furia;] -- Since the first copy of the Yale Anglers' Journal appeared in , readers with an interest in fish and fishing have opened the pages of each issue with anticipation and delight. YAJ's founders.
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