John Gierach – No Shortage of Good Days

| May 24, 2011

John Gierach must know something we don’t.

If he has no shortage of good days, then he stands out among the majority of Americans today. I can’t wait to hear what he has to say in his continuing monologue of observations about fly fishing. Gierach simply isn’t for everybody, and I have found him a bit difficult at times, but all-in-all he’s a fly fishing writer who shouldn’t be passed up, especially in the desert that is new literature on fly fishing.

I can’t wait to find out what days he’s talking about, but if I took every day of fly fishing in a typical year, say 150, I would have to agree that in those 150 days, there was “No Shortage of Good Days.”

Feel free to order your copy of his new book here –

If you happen to be in the area of Rocky Mountain Anglers, the “nice fly shop” in Boulder Colorado, be sure to attend his book signing this Saturday, May 28th.

John Gierach Book Signing at Rocky Mountain Anglers Boulder Colorado

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