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W.N. Marach

W.N. (Nick) Marach was born and raised in Wawa, Ontario, and studied architecture at the University of Manitoba and the University of British Columbia. In 1972, he bought the T.K., an old thirty-two-foot gillnetter, and for the next decade he fished each salmon season and worked as an architect at several Vancouver firms as time allowed. His 2014 memoir, A Gillnet’s Drift, documents the years he spent with his wife, Veronica, fishing up and down the BC coast.

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A Gillnet's Drift
Tales of Fish and Freedom on the BC Coast
by W.N. Marach
CDN$ 17.95 (paperback)

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