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Wild River Press Bookshelf

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Wild River Press, the Seattle, Wash.-based publisher of high-end sporting books, has released two new books about Atlantic salmon flies and fishing. Thomas R. Pero is Wild River Press’s publisher.
“Atlantic Salmon Magic,” and a smaller companion volume called “100 Best Flies for Atlantic Salmon,” are by Topher Browne of Portland, Maine, a lifelong salmon devotee and acclaimed spey caster. The writing and graphics are extraordinary.
The new titles are part of the award-winning “Masters on the Fly” series by Wild River Press, featuring virtuoso anglers sharing their enthusiasm for, experience with, and hard-won expertise in pursuit of their favorite game fish.
The two salmon books come fresh in the wake of national recognition for “A Passion for Tarpon,” by Andy Mill, which Wild River published one year ago. At BookExpo America in New York in May 2011, Mill’s tarpon book received four awards for excellence, including gold medal Benjamin Franklin Book of the Year awards in two categories — recreation/sports and regional — from the Independent Book Publishers Association, the country’s largest organization of 3,200 independent publishers. Previously, no fishing book had ever achieved this distinction.
Nearly 500 pages with hundreds of stunning color photos and original illustrations, “Atlantic Salmon Magic” is destined to become a classic. The book is an invaluable guide to everything about Salmo salar, the legendary leaper, celebrated since the time of the Romans. A rich literary and visual feast, this impressive new title from Wild River Press is an absolute must for the avid salmon angler. Order online at www.wildriverpress.com or call 425-486-3638.
-Atlantic Salmon Magic by Topher Browne 455 pp., Wild River Press, $100 Special Foreword by Orri Vigfússon Introduction by Simon Gawesworth ISBN 9780984227174
-100 Best Flies for Atlantic Salmon by Topher Browne 238 pp., Wild River Press, $25 Photography by Ted Fauceglia ISBN 978098422718♦
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