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Wide and Deep: Tales and Recollections from a Master Maine Fishing Guide

Discussion in 'Books, Videos, and the Like' started by Rob Stevens, Apr 8, 2014.

  1. Rob Stevens

    Rob Stevens Wooden Canoes are in the Blood

    Randy Spencer has published a new book.
    Some of you will remember Randy reading and performing music at the 2010 Assembly at Paul Smith's a few years ago, when his book, "Where Cool Waters Flow; Four Seasons with a Master Maine Guide" was named “Best book of 2010” by the New England Outdoor Writers Association

    Wide and Deep: Tales and Recollections from a Master Maine Fishing Guide
    A collection of stories from one of Maine’s master fishing guides.

    There is little about the remote town Grand Lake Stream, in eastern Maine, and its surrounding lakes that Randy Spencer doesn’t know like the back of his hand. Spencer, a Master Maine Guide, has learned from the best, and has enough experience as a hunting and fishing guide to fill several lifetimes.

    Wide and Deep transports readers to remote backwoods and crystal clear lakes. At its most remote, rural Maine is truly breathtaking in its natural beauty, and Spencer is unrivaled in his ability to capture like no other the experiences of fishing and hunting in some of the most hidden and undisturbed areas in the world.

    The relationship between a sport and his guide is an ongoing conversation, one that can last hours, days, and even years. The company you offer is just as valued as the company you keep. Whether they are stories of joy or of pain, there is nothing like listening to Randy Spencer, and Wide and Deep perfectly captures the moments on the water that people wait their entire lives for and spend the rest of their lives remembering.

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