Ozark Mountains Mark Twain Style Fishing Stories

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“Real fishing stories. You can even read them to your kids around the campfire, in the tent by lantern light, or at home in their beds to get ‘em fired up for the big camping or fishing trip.”

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The Ozark Mountains Stories Series is Enjoyed by ALL Ages.

“Rolland Love’s deep-rooted passion for the Ozark Mountains has transfigured into a series of FANTASTIC Adventures Huck and Tom could have only dreamed of and his writing style has been compared to MARK TWAIN.” Amazon.Com—Featured Author Review

"To understand Overland Park author and storyteller Rolland Love, think MARK TWAIN." Nick Kowalczyk, The Kansas City Star

“Rolland Love is a master storyteller. His Ozark stories always end well and leave the reader with a sense of well-being. His MARK TWAIN style of writing is enjoyed by all ages.” Judith Bader Jones, author of Delta Pearls and Moonflowers on the Fence.

“I have read a number of Rolland Love’s stories set in the Ozark Mountains and they are all nostalgic, and entertaining. I would recommend his writings to parents who want to show their children the pure joy of living experienced by kids growing up in a simpler place and time". Dave Hargis (Columbia, MO USA) Vantage Point Productions LLC

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Flint From Fire
Starting a fire on an Ozark Mountains gravel bar to cook a batch of crispy fried smallmouth bass and a couple of squirrels for dinner.

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Review by: John Mort on Dec. 02, 2012 :
Love tells colorful, nostalgic stories that meander like Ozarks trails, but soon you’re hooked and learn about goggle eye, catfish, smallmouth bass, gar, and suckers—which, like bullfrogs, require the art of gigging. Along the way you’ll share some adventures with eager hunting dogs, irritable beaver, and not-to-be-trifled-with cottonmouth moccasins. And learn a lot about the Ozarks backwoods, mostly on the Jack’s Fork River in gorgeous—and pristine—Shannon County, Missouri. Love’s well-composed photographs mesh easily with his informal tone, and the reader is left with an easygoing, pleasant experience. – John Mort, author of Goat Boy of the Ozarks
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