Lee Wulff

From the 1991 NYTimes obituary for Lee Wulff, one of the world’s best known and most respected sports fishermen:

After attending art classes in various academies in Paris for a year, Mr. Wulff returned to this country, where his endeavors included being an art director for a New York City advertising agency and working for the designer Norman Bel Geddes. But even as he was laboring at what he believed would be his life’s work, Mr. Wulff was fishing the trout streams of New Jersey and the Catskills. He once observed that he could fish the Catskills for $3.50 a week, “gas to get there, cheese, bread and milk and a tent to sleep in.”

Youtube: Salar, The Leaper featuring Lee Wulff


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