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The River Why - Book Two, The Undoing of a Scientific Angler: Where I Lived and What I Lived for and Water on the Brain Summary & Analysis

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Book Two, The Undoing of a Scientific Angler: Where I Lived and What I Lived for and Water on the Brain Summary

Gus describes his cabin in the woods, his solitary paradise into the fishing world he adores. He doesn't have electricity. H20, worried that he can't tie lures in the dark, gives him three Coleman camp lanterns. Ma gives him a battery-operated AM/FM radio, while Bill Bob gives him some Lone Ranger comics and frequently writes him letters. However, the most outrageous housewarming gift is a fifty-gallon aquarium that H20 gives Gus as a way to test fly larvae and water bugs with new flies before trying them on the actual lake environment.

As Bill Bob has predicted, Gus starts to get lonely...

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