Ode to Fly Fishing

Casting into Mystery: London native Robert Reid’s ode to fly fishing is described as a ‘celebration of the meditative sport . . . the camaraderie and quietude . . . the community and culture of anglers past and present.’ The book, which references Reid’s experiences on the Thames River, includes engravings by Wesley W. Bates. Published by The Porcupine’s Quill, it is available online and at book retailers for $26.95 in paperback, $4.99 in ebook and at Signed copies are available in London at John’s Fly Materials, 96 Rectory St.

Notice written by Joe Belanger, a longtime reporter currently covering entertainment at the London Free Press

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