The Confessions Of A Poacher: Unflinching True Stories Of American Outlaws Making Their Place In The World.

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"I do not remember the time when I was not a poacher; and if I may say so, I believe our family has always had a genius for woodcraft."TABLE of CONTENTSEDITORIAL NOTE. Chapter 1—The Embryo Poacher. Chapter 2—Under the Night. Chapter 3—Graduating in Woodcraft Chapter 4—Partridge Poaching. Chapter 5—Hare Poaching. Chapter 6—Pheasant Poaching. Chapter 7—Salmon and Trout Poaching. Chapter 8—Grouse Poa...

Paperback: 80 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (June 28, 2014)
Language: English
ISBN-10: 1500345881
ISBN-13: 978-1500345884
Product Dimensions: 6 x 0.2 x 9 inches
Amazon Rank: 4533787
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ter 9—Rabbit Poaching. Chapter 10—Tricks. Chapter 11—Personal Encounters.“Most country poachers begin by loving Nature and end by hating the Game Laws. Whilst many a man is willing to recognize ‘property’ in hares and pheasants, there are few who will do so with regard to salmon and trout. And this is why fish poachers have always swarmed. A sea-salmon is in the domain of the whole world one day; in a trickling runner among the hills the next. Yesterday it belonged to anybody; and the poacher, rightly or wrongly, thinks it belongs to him if only he can snatch it. There are few fish poachers who in their time have not been anglers; and anglers are of two kinds: there are those who fish fair, and those who fish foul. The first set are philosophical and cultivate patience: the second are predatory and catch fish, fairly if they can—but they catch fish.” -John Watson