Most fishermen can probably name at least a dozen different kinds of fish that can be found in Kansas waters. But few anglers can name a hundred of them. Now, a new book called Kansas Fishes not only identifies the 140-some different species of fish found in Kansas rivers, lakes and streams, it also includes detailed and colorful illustrations to go along with them. Commentator Rex Buchanan took a look at this new book, fished-around for something to say, and came up with this.
the Kansas Geological Survey at the University of Kansas. You'll find more musings from Rex on the KPR website at kpr.ku.edu.Our book review today comes from Commentator Rex Buchanan, the interim director of
More information on this book can be found at the University of Kansas Press website.