Hi all, Something I enjoy all year round, but particularly during the hibernating days of winter, is a good read. And fishing stories are right up there. So I thought I'd put it out there - what good fishing or outdoor related books have you read that you'd recommend? For instance, growing up I read a number of good books by Roderick Haig-Brown. Starbuck Valley Winter and The Whale People are two of my favourites, and I'm holding on to my copies to read with my kids soon. I recently read "Stalking Salmon and Wrestling Drunks", by Peter Gordon, with entertaining stories from his days as a fishing charter guide off of Sooke many years back. Man you gotta think that each charter guide must have a load of stories to tell! I also picked up and have just started reading "Casting Back - 60 years of Fishing and Writing" by Peter McMullan. Of course there are a ton of "how to" fish books too. I've read a couple of those - Charlie White's "Quick Tips for Catching Halibut" comes to mind. So let's have it....what good stories from the Island, across BC, and beyond, fiction or non-fiction, do you suggest to your fellow fishermen?