"A lot of other books tell you how to catch striped bass. This book alone explains why there are stripers in the water to begin with. This is the saga of the greatest, most hard-won fisheries management success story in the world. Read it, and every time your line comes tight, you'll know who to thank. More importantly, you'll know what else needs to be done."--Carl Safina "author of"Song for the Blue Ocean" and "Eye of the Albatross" "
About the Author
Dick Russell, a longtime environmental journalist, is the author of "The Man Who Knew Too Much "(Carroll & Graf, 2003), "Black Genius: And the American Experience" (Carroll & Graf, 1999), and "Eye of the Whale" (Island Press, 2004). He divides his time between Los Angeles and Boston.