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The Cooking-Fire

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The reputation that trout enjoy as a food-fish is partly due to the fact that they are usually cooked over an open fire. In the city they never taste as good. It is not merely a difference in freshness. It is a change in the sauce. If the truth must be told, even by an angler, there are at least five salt-water fish which are better than trout,--to eat. There is none better to catch.

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Fisherman's Luck
Henry van Dyke

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