Hardcover with Dust jacket. 216 pages.
Published by Derrydale Press in 2002.
In this poetic collection of outdoor essays, author Jack Kulpa brings the wonders of the wilderness to his readers and skillfully relates his passion for the solitary art of fishing. Whether used as a metaphor for the triumphs and tribulations of his life or only a medium for meditation and supreme enjoyment of the outdoors, Kulpa's rich passages on his favorite past time open a window to the heart of a fisherman. With beautiful prose True North explores the wonders of the north woods of Wisconsin with its magnificent lakes and rivers. As is appropriate for this thoughtful memoir, the chapters are organized by seasons, each with its own fishing trials and gifts. Kulpa's encounters with walleye, pike and trout, as well as his fellow fisherman provide a relaxing source of introspection and give readers a hankering for some wholesome soul searching in the north woods.
Payment & Security
Your payment information is processed securely. We do not store credit card details nor have access to your credit card information.