An Angling & Shooting Chronology
By Tosh Brown
Awarded "Best Book of 2003" by the Outdoor Writers Association of America
- 180 pages with 250 color photographs
- 10x12 hardbound
- Published by Collectors Covey (2002)
plus applicable tax & shipping
Texas Tides is the most comprehensive hunting and fishing pictorial ever published on the Texas coast.
Through the lens of his camera and his flair for storytelling, Brown chronicles the seasons of the sportsman with over 250 stunning color photographs and a dozen essays on coastal Texans and the remarkable places where they work and play.
Whether it's the big open bays around Galveston, the jetties at Port O'Connor, the mangrove flats of the Coastal Bend, or the skinny waters of the Lower Laguna Madre, Tosh has hunted, fished and photographed a large portion of the state's 370-mile shoreline, and he writes engagingly of the spell of these coastal waters.
For the light-tackle fisherman, the wingshooter and the big game angler, Texas Tides captures a cross section of a vibrant sporting lifestyle--the fish, birds, faces and places that characterize a special region of the Lone Star State.
"It would be easy to call this a coffee-table book, but Texas Tides is more than that--more than tailing redfish and snaggle-toothed trout. This book is the Texas coast through all the seasons" - San Antonio Express News
"A book for all seasons. For every scenic there's an action shot or a mood-setting image where the author has been alert for the color and characters that add so much to the Texas sporting life he loves" - Texas Sporting Journal
"Tosh Brown is one of those few people who are skilled at both writing and photography; a banquet of outdoor experiences along the Texas coast" - Texas Parks & Wildlife
"Brown's photos are a refreshing change from the typical outdoor shots. His composition is superb and his timing flawless; a pleasurable walk through a year on the Texas coast" - Texas Outdoors Journal
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