Let's face it, if you knock off five of the 50 before you, well, knock off, you're in the lucky crowd of anglers. But dreams are for everyone. And having some of those well within reach makes this book shine. I like it as much, or a little bit more, than the first 50 Places, making this a rare "sequel." The photos are sharp, the prose is compelling (Santella is one of the best in this business), the research is supremely thorough... and as such, the ride through "50 More Places" is very much worth taking. Published by Stewart, Tabori, & Chang, price is $25.