Captain Woody Collins is one of the hundreds of watermen that plied our waters to make his living. Typical of these men was that they rarely were educated past high school and usually did poorly at that. This did not make for many potential authors. They all had in common that they had what it takes to get the job done. No one can tell the story of this work like the men that actually lived it. Capt Woody, with input from many of his fishing cohorts, gives us an authentic and readable book.