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Campfire

A Good Book

Uploaded on April 26, 2009

Given that this is the campfire section and topics are varied, I was wondering if anyone has read any good books lately or has a recommendation on a good read. I saw the recent fishing blog had a book that looked interesting. Historical, biographical, non-fiction, fiction, recent release or one that is a personal favorite you could read over and over. What would you recommend as a good read?

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from huntcamp wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

In defense of Hunting. Forgot the Author. I len the book out. Should be our bible.

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from huntcamp wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

Author is James Swan.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

A River Runs Through It, by Norm MacClean. A Classic

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from peter wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

hunting whittails succsesfully and the dead zone

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from usmcturkey wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

Generation Kill, The Bear went over the Mountain, and The Other side of the Mountain.

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from Far Rider wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

My favorite work of fiction is The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.

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from t_holinka wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Tales of the last river rat by Kenny Sawley

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from country road wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

For historical, try Bernard Cornwell's "Sharpe" series.

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from MLH wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Robert Ruark, The Old Man and the Boy

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from buckeye wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

The Old MAn and the Boy is a great book, if you are a dog fan check out Merle's Door by Ted Kerasote.

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from Rem700-06 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

The Matarese Circle - Robert Ludlom. Sea Wolf - Jack London. If you like military fiction Dale Brown is also a good Author

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from 268bull wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

" The Old Man and the Sea " by Hemingway. I read it recently and thoroughly enjoyed it. Was an easy read and one which when I put it down, I found myself going back to it quickly.

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from 175rltw wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

"The Worst Hard Time" is an account of life in the great dust bowl duing the thirties, the same area and time covered by Stienbeck's The grapes of Wrath, but it is the story of the people who stayed, and it is a historical account, not a work of fiction. This was an ecological disaster of unparraleled magnitude, basically we stripped the grasslands of the great planes to grow wheat, and then when drout came to an already dry and windy region, well...
Plus one for the Sea wolf as well.
Anything by John Gierach is a must read for flyfisherman.
"Walk Across America" by Peter Jenkins is a great self discovery story about coming to terms with yourself, and learning your place in things

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from muskiemaster wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

any of the Ted Nugent books such as "God, Guns & Rock n Roll" or "Ted, White and Blue"

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from MLH wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

Robert Ruark, The Old Man and the Boy

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from 268bull wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

" The Old Man and the Sea " by Hemingway. I read it recently and thoroughly enjoyed it. Was an easy read and one which when I put it down, I found myself going back to it quickly.

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from huntcamp wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

In defense of Hunting. Forgot the Author. I len the book out. Should be our bible.

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from huntcamp wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

Author is James Swan.

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from steve182 wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

A River Runs Through It, by Norm MacClean. A Classic

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from peter wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

hunting whittails succsesfully and the dead zone

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from usmcturkey wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

Generation Kill, The Bear went over the Mountain, and The Other side of the Mountain.

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from Far Rider wrote 4 years 50 weeks ago

My favorite work of fiction is The Fountainhead by Ayn Rand.

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from t_holinka wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Tales of the last river rat by Kenny Sawley

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from country road wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

For historical, try Bernard Cornwell's "Sharpe" series.

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from buckeye wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

The Old MAn and the Boy is a great book, if you are a dog fan check out Merle's Door by Ted Kerasote.

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from Rem700-06 wrote 4 years 40 weeks ago

The Matarese Circle - Robert Ludlom. Sea Wolf - Jack London. If you like military fiction Dale Brown is also a good Author

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from 175rltw wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

"The Worst Hard Time" is an account of life in the great dust bowl duing the thirties, the same area and time covered by Stienbeck's The grapes of Wrath, but it is the story of the people who stayed, and it is a historical account, not a work of fiction. This was an ecological disaster of unparraleled magnitude, basically we stripped the grasslands of the great planes to grow wheat, and then when drout came to an already dry and windy region, well...
Plus one for the Sea wolf as well.
Anything by John Gierach is a must read for flyfisherman.
"Walk Across America" by Peter Jenkins is a great self discovery story about coming to terms with yourself, and learning your place in things

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from muskiemaster wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

any of the Ted Nugent books such as "God, Guns & Rock n Roll" or "Ted, White and Blue"

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