Three Men in a Boat (To Say Nothing of the Dog)

Sketch of an Accomplished Angler

Sketch of an accomplished Angler


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In Chapter 17, J. advises readers not to fish in the Thames because there is nothing to be caught there but minnows and dead cats. J. explains that being a good angler has nothing to do with fishing, and everything to do with one’s ability to tell believable lies about the number of fish one has caught.