Outdoor Tales of Northeast Ohio

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The fields, woods and streams of Northeast Ohio promise no dearth of inspiration and adventure for outdoor enthusiasts. Few know this as well as Ohio native and award-winning author Andrew J. Pegman. Join him on a journey to land trophy fish, reflect on ones that got away and embrace the beauty and freedom of the outdoors. Gain expert tips on fly-fishing the Chagrin River, night fishing on Lake Erie and searching for elusive winter birds. This collection of classic tales captures the splendor and majesty of the outdoors and the peace and solitude to be found in Northeast Ohio and beyond.
ISBN: 9781467150231
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Ohio
Series: Sports
Images: 75
Pages: 144
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Dr. Andrew J. Pegman is a professor of English at Cuyahoga Community College in Ohio. His teaching and contributions in the classroom earned him the Distinguished Faculty Award from the American Association of Community Colleges. He’s been published in National Geographic, Field & Stream, Outdoor Life, TROUT, The Drake, American Angler, Kayak Angler, Paddling Magazine, the Plain Dealer, Ohio Outdoor News, the Ohio Cardinal and the House Wren (Cleveland Audubon), as well as for SUN Newspapers and Cleveland.com and others. A story he wrote for American Angler was recognized in The Best American Sports Writing 2020 as a “Notable Selection,” and the Outdoor Writers of Ohio Awards awarded him first place for Magazine Writing in 2020, among his other awards for magazine, internet and newspaper writing.
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