A fictional Maine guide who won many friends and admirers through the pages of Field & Stream magazine in the 1920s and '30s, Dud Dean is very much a product of his creator. Arthur Macdougall was an avid outdoorsman and a minister in Bingham, Maine, a tiny town perched on the reaches of the mighty Kennebec River. The tales in this book were compiled by Macdougall's son, Walter.
This story appeared in the last Dud Dean collection, Dud Dean and the Enchanted, published in 1954. The reader will quickly realize that this story does not have the artistry nor the lively pace we anticipate in the beginning of a Dud ...
Author: Walter Macdougall
Publisher: Down East Books
Category: Sports & Recreation