Fish On, Fish Off


Dodging five-ton bull elephants, bullies brandishing fillet knives, and beach-going nudists, former New York Times “Outdoors” columnist Stephen Sautner has experienced the perils of fishing in ways many of us never will.

In his first book, Fish On, Fish Off, Sautner chronicles his experiences, beginning as a self-taught fish-obsessed teenager in the early 1980s to the present, taking readers through every imaginable pitfall and odd-ball encounter along the way. These include: rogue waves, menacing grizzly bears, a terrifying helicopter ride over the Straits of Magellan, and the dangers of “combat fishing” in his crowded home state of New Jersey.

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One thought on “Fish On, Fish Off

  1. A Frank Zappa-ish take on what I am sure is a fun book: I occasionally wonder what someone might pay me NOT to publish my memoirs….

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