It's hard to find the time to read books these days, what with the fragmentation of media, the rapid decline of western economies, and the popularity of fly-fishing. One imagines everyone who enjoys fly-fishing—let's be serious, who doesn't enjoy fly-fishing?—would rather fly-fish than read. Unless: what if there were a third way, a way involving fly-fishing AND reading? Josh Levin explains, riotously, on this week's excerpt from Slate's Hang Up and Listen podcast.


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