Tuesday, April 1, 2008

Voices from the Past: Ben C. Robinson

There are few more overlooked outdoor writers from the 1920s then Ben C. Robinson. Robinson, however, was a very knowledgeable angler and a proficient writer who specialized in both black bass fishing as well as musky fishing, and did much to popularize the muskellunge to a national audience. A regular contributor to Field & Stream and Outdoor Life, this particular short piece is an early one from Forest & Stream (1918).

-- Dr. Todd

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