The first Alaska book signing of my first book Going Home will be at the Fireweed Lodge in Klawock on Saturday from 12-2. Can’t make it? Ordering is available at Jefflundbooks.com and Amazon.
Early release is over. The warehouses are stocked. Send a check for $25 to P.O. Box 155 Klawock, Alaska 99925 for a signed copy of my book.
(SitNews) Ketchikan, Alaska – People ask me how I find ideas for columns. There were times in California it was difficult because I didn’t have time to drive an hour one way to hike or fish. I do two columns a week now, but there’s usually plenty to write about. That tends to happen when,
So I had a dream last night that the color on my book cover was distorted and every chapter started with a sentence horribly mangled with errors. Anyway, click HERE to pre-order.
This is why you keep old fishing magazines, so on days you contemplate purpose, resurrections and fish at the river, you can find someone who said things better. “I propose that the final level of the fly-fishing hierarchy is connection – connection to self and to others, connection to the waters we fish, and connection
(SitNews) Klawock, Alaska – I was putting together a list of quotes for a graduate school class and ended up tying my brain in a massive ball of wisdom from John Wooden to Jimmy Chitwood in Hoosiers. I started to wonder if there was a quote or two that I live by. Not that I’d
“November is a show that closes after 30 days no matter how good the reviews. The next one won’t come along for 11 months, and tickets to it are not guaranteed.” – Bill Heavey
Book review – The Price of Politics by Bob Woodward Though I love being outside and away from the stresses of real life, I cringe at the thought of being uninformed. It is better to be stressed out, but in the know rather than succumb to Internet propaganda and Facebook cartoons. Anyway, with that in
“Fishing at its most rudimentary level is essentially solitary. Not only that, but its components, outside the particular baggage one brings to it, are entirely trustworthy. I mean, what creek ever teased you about your pimples; what breeze ever ridiculed you in front of your friends?” – Russell Chatham Silent Seasons
SIlent Seasons Edited by Russell Chatham Stories by: Thomas McGuane William Hjortsberg Jack Curtis Harmon Henkin Charles Waterman Jim Harrison Russell Chatham I hesitate to call any of these posts, “book reviews” because I’ve been moving my simple head left to right over some of the finest prose ever written about fishing, and who am