Salar the Salmon’s migration through the rivers of Devon - surviving porpoises, seals, nets, fishermen, otters, poachers and weirs - is one of nature’s great journeys. Intense, brilliantly imagined, the salmon’s perilous return leaves us with a vivid, unsentimental picture of how both people and wildlife rely on a river and its estuary.
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The most amazing book to be written about the journey of a Salmon back into the Estuary from the sea into fresh water once again to spawn life and the amazing interactions between other water life forms and the Salmons lack of feeding but aggressive nature in tackling all around it in order to lay its eggs and how fishermen fool it into making Salmon take their prey in order to catch them as Salmon do not feed on their journey.... they merely attack what they consider to be prey upon them for self preservation and the natural need to spawn.... I highly recommend this as a good read to all Salmon fisher people.