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Christopher Camuto

Christopher Camuto is an American nature writer, scholar and poet. He is the author of three books focused on the southern Appalachians--A Fly Fisherman's Blue Ridge (Henry Holt, 1990), Another Country: Journeying Toward the Cherokee Mountains, Hunting from Home: A Year Afield in the Blue Ridge and of Time and Tide in Acadia: Seasons on Mount Desert Island. He worked under the editorship of William Strachan at Henry Holt and of Amy Cherry at Norton.

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The worst part of losing good fish is that you cannot release them. They tailwalk across the back of your mind for days. — © Christopher Camuto
The worst part of losing good fish is that you cannot release them. They tailwalk across the back of your mind for days.
The thrill of a fish at the end of the line, that thing that sparks from the dark water to spinal cord, is a vestige of an archetypal joy that has to do with sustenance, material and spiritual.
Catch-and-release fishing is an ecological necessity, not my preference. The practice smacks of bad faith, an inauthentic act.
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