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the poetry of fly fishing


james fenimore cooper

The piece was a little longer than usual, and had evidently been turned out from the workshop of some manufacturer of a superior order.  It had a few silver ornaments; though, on the whole, it would have been deemed a plain piece by most frontier men, its great merit consisting in the accuracy of its bore, the perfection of the detials and the excellence of the metal...


My we'pons on the Kennebago River

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