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Would you listen to Never Sniff a Gift Fish again? Why?
McManus has been a favorite author of mine for over two decades, and I'm not yet 31, so I can say that his works appeal to kids, teens, and older adults. I can also attest that no one whom I know who has read his works dislikes his writing.
Who was your favorite character and why?
Rancid Crabtree, and for too many reasons to enumerate.
Have you listened to any of Norman Dietz’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
The best professional reader I have heard for the works of Patrick F McManus is currently deceased, so I doubt he'll produce any more performances; otherwise, Norman Dietz and Dick Hall are very amazing readers for McManus's work. I won't say which of those two is the better, but the difference in their skill is so slim one might as well say they are tied.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
If by "listen to all in one sitting" one means, did I want to turn it off at any point, then let me say I did not want to turn it off, then yes, I wanted to "listen to all in one sitting."
Any additional comments?
Start Time Title
0:00:00 Blowing Smoke
0:17:05 Poof—No Eyebrows!
0:34:18 I Fish; Therefore, I Am
0:44:18 Running on Empty
0:56:52 The Cat and the Cat Burglar
1:10:43 Salami on Rye and Hold the Wild Gobo
1:24:31 Two-Man-Tent Fever
1:37:28 Fish Poles, and Other Useful Terminology
1:51:33 The Man Who Notices Things
2:06:48 The Elk Trappers
2:23:55 The Short Happy Life of Francis Cucumber
2:35:38 The Arkansas Prank Hound
2:46:29 Well, Excuuuuse Me!
2:54:18 The Mountain Car
3:12:57 The Christmas Hatchet
3:25:40 The Night Grandma Shot Shorty
3:34:00 The Kindest Cut of All
3:50:19 The Bush Pilots
4:07:21 Share and Share Alike
4:20:19 Never Sniff a Gift Fish
4:33:39 Backseats I Have Known
4:46:44 Edgy Rider
5:09:14 Strange Scenes and Eerie Events
5:19:28 The Hunters’ Workout Guide
5:32:28 Temporary Measures
5:41:53 The Fibricators
5:54:34 The Family Camper’s Dictionary
6:06:39 The Big Match
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McManus delivers a hilarious perspective of growing up and adult experiences mostly centered around outdoor life: hunting, fishing and the mischievous friends who are right there with him. The narrative is the closest thing to McManus himself. A must-have for the outdoorsman with a sense of humor.