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Bob and his wife, Trish, have owned a camp in the Rangeley Lakes Region of Western Maine for more than thirty years. This is a region of the country rich in sporting tradition and known for its native brook trout and wild landlocked salmon.

Signed copies of his latest book, THE RIVER KING – A FLY-FISHING NOVEL will be available for sale.The tenth-anniversary edition of SHADOWS IN THE STREAM, a book of essays about fly fishing, is often used by anglers as a guide to fishing the Rangeley Lakes Region will also be available.

Bob is the author of the Rangeley Lakes series of novels that include North of Easie, which won second place in the 2010 Outdoor Writer’s Best Book Contest. Romano’s essays and short stories have appeared in various anthologies, including Christmas in the Wild, Fresh Fiction for Fresh Water Fishing, and Wildbranch: An Anthology of Nature, Environmental, and Place-Based Writing.

Bob is the author of the Rangeley Lakes series of novels that include North of Easie, which won second place in the 2010 Outdoor Writer’s Best Book Contest. Romano’s essays and short stories have appeared in various anthologies, including Christmas in the Wild, Fresh Fiction for Fresh Water Fishing, and Wildbranch: An Anthology of Nature, Environmental, and Place-Based Writing.

Bob’s seminar at the show will cover when and where to fish, what flies to cast and techniques to use. The program will include 100 photos of the lakes, rivers and streams that remain as wild as they were when Carrie Stevens tied her Gray Ghost streamer and Louise Dickinson Rich lived along the carry road beside the Rapid River.

More information about Bob can be found at his website:www.forgottentrout.com

Attend Bob’s FREE presentation on fly fishing some of Maine’s rivers and streams at the Maryland Fly Fishing and Collectible Tackle Show!

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