Mark Sosin is a writer, lecturer, and tackle consultant who is equally at home on a fast trout stream or aboard a bluewater big-game craft. Formerly outdoor editor for CBS Radio in New York, he is credited with writing the first comprehensive set of regulations governing saltwater fly rod catches and is recognized as an expert on light-tackle fishing. His articles have appeared in most of the major outdoor magazines, and he is the author of Angler's Safety and First Aid, coauthor of Practical Fishing Knots (with Lefty Kreh), and coeditor of Practical Black Bass Fishing (with Bill Dance). Sosin is a director of the Outdoor Writers Association and has been elected to the IGFA Fishing Hall of Fame . He lives in Boca Raton, Florida.
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