I'm about 2/3 of the way through Gierach's No Shortage of Good Days
and noticing it seems rife with comments about what I'll loosely label as fly fishing's class wars, a thought which just became fodder for my upcoming interview.
In the meantime...
"Many of us had taken up fly fishing not so much as a sport, but as a possible path to enlightenment, and as everyone knows, those routes aren't the same for everyone and they're never clearly marked. You just head out into whatever seems like the right direction at the time."
See you reading, Tom Chandler.