Trout, dissatisfied with being an ordinary fish, goes to the animal council to be allowed to fly, but his magnificent adventures in the air lead to unforeseen problems.
|Statement||by Sheila Turnage ; illustrated by Janet Stevens.|
|Contributions||Stevens, Janet, ill.|
|LC Classifications||PZ7.T8488 Tr 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||48|
|LC Control Number||82015865|
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Sheila Turnage is an author, poet and journalist. Her book Three Times Lucky features Miss Moses LoBeau, rising sixth grader, and Mo's best friend Dale Earnhardt Johnson, III. It's set in Tupelo Landing, NC, population minus 1 (murder). In addition to Three Times Lucky, she is also the author of Haunted Inns of the Southeast, Compass American Guide: North Carolina, and Trout the Magnificent. Brook Trout are one of the most beautiful species of freshwater fish. This magnificent species displays an array of color and is prized table fare. They are sought after by new and experienced anglers alike. The only trout native to much of the eastern United States, the Brook Trout (Salvelinus fontinalis), is a small but spirited fish. His latest book, The F-Troop Camp Chronicles, and his earlier books are available by contacting Don at or [email protected] Browse his web site at The alure of salmon pushed the brook trout planting aside. Out of the way, secret beaver ponds are your best shot at a trophy brook trout, with the exception of a few streams in the Lower Peninsula and several in the U.P. Time on the stream is the most sound advice that I can give.