In this follow-up to his widely acclaimed Pavlov's Trout, internationally recognized psychologist and 50-year fisherman Paul Quinnett, Ph.D., explores the evolutionary foundations of fishing and why so many people have such a strong bond to the sport. Referencing Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species, Quinnett examines how people have evolved, and in some ways qde-evolvedq, from our fishing and evolutionary partner the black bass. Throughout Darwin's Bass, Quinnett uses a variety of fishing situations to examine man's place in the evolutionary universe. The book is also a field guide to a better life, as Quinnett offers clinical advice on how to live longer, happier, and healthier by fishing often and hard.... reasons we so love to fish? Of all the ... While others caught fish underwater, he stayed with top water lures the whole trip, hooking only a handful of bass. Why? a Because you dona#39;t fly 10, 000 miles to catch them underwater, a was his reply.
|Publisher||:||Andrews McMeel Publishing - 2012-12-11|