|Nothing Small about It|
A photographic essay.
by Barry and Cathy Beck
From the May/June 2009 Issue
You could raid the kids’ college fund, head off to the arctic for char, Norway for salmon, Christmas Island for bonefish.
Or you could settle for a smaller adventure, lean back in the kayak, and push off into the Susquehanna River, where the whiteflies and smallmouth await.
A few hours into it, you’ll be remembering Ratty telling Mole that there’s nothing half so much worth doing as messing about in boats. And old Dr. Henshall telling us that smallmouth are the gamest fish that swims. And you’ll be thinking, Small adventure? No way.