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One legendary insect enormous, white, and exceedingly rare attracts trout of such size that they couldn t possibly exist in the world as we know it But in Heywood s classic novel, such things can and do exist Protagonist Bowie Rhodes, UPI reporter and expert fly fisherman, had learned of the snowfly early in his childhood It hatches every seven to ten years, neverOne legendary insect enormous, white, and exceedingly rare attracts trout of such size that they couldn t possibly exist in the world as we know it But in Heywood s classic novel, such things can and do exist Protagonist Bowie Rhodes, UPI reporter and expert fly fisherman, had learned of the snowfly early in his childhood It hatches every seven to ten years, never on the same river twice, bringing to rise trout so huge they would have to have lived forty years or trout so wily that they never allow themselves to be caught or even seen trout so hungry for this fly that they will risk exposure to rise for the hatch The snowfly is the sacred quest of the most obsessed trout hunters, existing it seems only in myth and in a lost manuscript Rhodes s reporting brings him to such sites as the jungles of Vietnam, the labyrinth of Brezhnev s Soviet Union, and a poisoned Canadian wasteland of uranium mines His hunt for the manuscript, meanwhile, takes him deep into his own heart of darkness Richly imaginative and sensual, the world of The Snowfly has mystery lurking beneath the surface waters than our own Or does it
See also Joe T HeywoodJoseph Heywood is the son of a career USAF officer His dad was from Rhinecliff, New York on the Hudson River in Dutchess County, and his mother is from Mize, Mississippi in Sullivan County His mother s maiden name was Hegwood and she had only to change one letter to convert to her married name He is a 1961 graduate of Rudyard High School in Michigan s Upper Peninsula Chippewa County Played football, basketball, baseball, and ran track 1965 graduate of Michigan State University BA Journalism Joseph played on the Michigan State Lacrosse Club for three years, crease attack, tri captain in 1965 He was in the last class of mandatory ROTC for land grant universities and predictably chose the Air Force.In 1965, he married Sandra V Heywood 1943 2002 of East Lansing Five children, one dog Widower.1965 1970, USAF Instructor Navigator, KC 135 tanker, honorably discharged as captain Vietnam veteran Air Medal with 6 Oak Leaf Clusters Graduate studies, Western Michigan University, 1974 75, completed course work for MA in English Literature no degree.Joseph worked for The Upjohn Company now Pfizer , 1970 2000, retiring as vice president for worldwide public relations.He walks every day in all weather conditions, and have hunted and fished Michigan since 1958, mostly alone Joseph Heywood s Woods Cop mysteries are based on the lives of Upper Peninsula conservation officers, and for going on seven years has spent about one month a year on patrol with officers, in all kinds of weather, all times of day and under sundry conditions He worked in all 15 Upper Peninsula Counties as well as in another 15 16 counties BTB Below the Bridge In preparation for work with COs, he often hikes alone at night flashlight for emergencies using only ambient light He has spent nights alone in jungles and on mountains Has canoe camped in Michigan, Missouri and Arkansas, over the years he has had one close encounter with a wolf six feet away in tag alders on the Iron River , and with a cow elk and her calf in Idaho Too many close meetings with black bears to count, no injuries He loves to take photographs while walking, hiking and fishing, and use some of the pix for his paintings.Joseph always carry a ruck with emergency equipment, compass, etc even for short sorties on foot in the U.P It s too easy to get under cedars and old growth in an overcast and get hopelessly turned around He does not use a GPS When it comes to lost in the woods there seem to be two categories of people Them that have been and them that will be Iron ore deposits can make compass navigation interesting The Upper Peninsula is not just a setting and base for Joseph Heywood but serves as a character in many of his novels When I write, I try to take readers to places and events in the U.P they might not have occasion to visit or experience on their own For me, the U.P is a natural jewel and I am always surprised by how little people from BTB know about it The day we arrived in the U.P to report to Kinross Air Force Base later renamed Kincheloe, and since decommissioned my mother cried as we drove up the several mile two lane to the front gate looking at all the woods passing by, I had a feeling I was coming home.
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