Darwin's Bass: The Evolutionary Psychology of Fishing Man by Paul Quinnett

Darwin's Bass: The Evolutionary Psychology of Fishing Man

byPaul Quinnett

Kobo ebook | December 11, 2012

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In this follow-up to his widely acclaimed Pavlov's Trout, internationally recognized psychologist and 50-year fisherman Paul Quinnett, Ph.D., explores the evolutionary foundations of fishing and why so many people have such a strong bond to the sport. Referencing Charles Darwin's Origin of the Species, Quinnett examines how people have evolved, and in some ways "de-evolved", from our fishing and evolutionary partner the black bass. Throughout Darwin's Bass, Quinnett uses a variety of fishing situations to examine man's place in the evolutionary universe. The book is also a field guide to a better life, as Quinnett offers clinical advice on how to live longer, happier, and healthier by fishing often and hard.
Title:Darwin's Bass: The Evolutionary Psychology of Fishing ManFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:December 11, 2012Publisher:Andrews McMeel Publishing, LLCLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1449440711

ISBN - 13:9781449440718