A Fish Ate My Homework … A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing

This eloquent and lighthearted guide to fly fishing is a collective effort of fly fishers around the world. A perfect gift for the beginner – how to get started and more!


Rick Robinson and Wade DeHate have put together an eloquent and lighthearted guide on why to take up fly fishing and the basics it takes to get started. Assisted by a number of fellow fly fishers from around the world, the collective effort by DeHate and Robinson will cover everything the beginner needs to know to get started and even offer a few helpful hints for the avid fly fisher.

Wade DeHate, Rick Robinson








6 x 9

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1 review for A Fish Ate My Homework … A Beginner’s Guide to Fly Fishing

  1. Jack J.A. Kerley, Author of the Carson Ryder series

    ALWAYS QUITE NICE to see your words in print, as in A Fish Ate My Homework, a primer on fly-fishing by Rick Robinson and Wade Dehate. My contribution is a brief remembrance titled “The Day it Rained Fish,” one of the strangest of fish stories in that every word is true. Ask my ever-truthful wife, Elaine, who witnessed the event. Perfect book if you want to get into–or simply enjoy–fly-fishing.

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With over three decades in law and politics, Rick Robinson’s award winning political thrillers are as current as today’s headlines.

Robinson was named 2016 Independent Author of the Year at The Florida Book Festival for Alligator Alley and 2013 Independent Author of the Year with the Grand Prize for Alligator Alley at the Great Southeast Book Festival. For the work on his previous novel, Writ of Mandamus, he garnered the Grand Prize at the London Book Festival and Manifest Destiny won Grand Prize at the DIY Book Festival plus eight additional national and international awards, including Best Fiction at the Paris and New York Book Festivals. It was named one of the year’s best thrillers by USA Book News.

As a conservative humorist, 48 percent of Americans think Rick’s work is devoid of any journalistic value whatsoever — let alone humor. Of the remaining 52 percent, half of them think his columns are serious. Yet, the remaining group helped make his collection of columns, titled Strange Bedfellow, premiere at No. 1 on Amazon’s Top Seller List of political humor.

Find Rick’s political and pop culture columns on Rare, the Daily Caller, the River City News, NKY Magazine,  Northern Kentucky Tribune and KYForward.

“Everybody has one book in them, and I spent 30 years writing the wrong one.” Rick Robinson


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