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So make sure you get a copy of the "old" one!

The Fish of a Thousand Casts: Tales of Mischief and Mayhem in the Great Outdoors.

Available in the M-S Online Gift Shop:

http://www.michigan-sportsman.com/books.htm

Author, Steven Hutchins, and his eclectic cast of characters bring new meaning to chaos and disorder when they take to Michigan's peaceful woods and waters for numerous laugh packed adventures. Join Beef, Wally, The Buckmaster and other assorted miscreants as they find themselves in a variety of hilarious and painful outdoor excursions.

The Fish of a Thousand Casts: Tales of Mischief and Mayhem in the Great Outdoors, features 20 of Steven's humorous, outdoor-related, short stories (Snow, Steelies and the Big "V", One of Those Days, Beef and the Big Buck, Taking The Plunge plus many more!) and is 203 pages of non-stop fun and laughter. Anyone who has ever taken to the outdoors, be it fishing, hunting, camping, etc, will appreciate the situations and blunders that follow this assorted group of misfits.

Chills, spills, mishaps, mudslides, broken bones, brawls, shotgun weddings, mangy deer hides, maniacal fishing guides, libidinous bucks, underwear fish flies and even the appearance of a clumsy old ghost are par for the course in the book that DARES you to find peace and serenity in the great outdoors!

FEATURING THE EYE CATCHING COVER ART BY MICHIGAN ARTIST, JULIE ANDERSON!

To read an excerpt go to www.thousandcasts.com and click on the excerpt page.

The Fish of a Thousand Casts: Tales of Mischief and Mayhem in the Great Outdoors, is available in the M-S Online Gift Shop or at the following:

www.thousandcasts.com

www.bn.com (Barnes & Noble)

If you prefer to order by phone, please call 1-888-795-4274 ext. 276

"Laugh with the author as he takes you to afield and shares his hilarious adventures of the outdoors! The Fish of a Thousand Casts is a rich, rewarding series of short stories that can enhance your outdoor abilities with plenty of laughs."
--Woods N Water News

"What a Rotten Little Kid!" By Steven Hutchins, available in Autumn 2004 (exact date TBA)
 
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