By Sonia Rittscher

Local author weaves hunting, fishing essays into captivating compilation

Picturesque prose and pictoral panache


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Reaching readers • Clearwater native Chris Stamp sells copies of his book, "Just Me ... In A Tree," during Elgin's Treasures in the Park event last fall. The backdrop for several stories include Goose and Pibel lakes.

Clearwater native, Chris Stamp, achieved a bucket-list goal in 2022 when he opened a box and pulled out one of the copies of this first published book "Just Me ... In a Tree:"

Stamp, the son of longtime Clearwater residents Jerry and Sharon Stamp and a 1986 graduate of Clearwater High School, has artwork that dates from 1987 included in his collection of fishing and hunting stories that span from about that time to 2022. In addition to personal artwork, his book includes 60 stories and some 200 pictures chronicling memories of several generations of Stamp, his family and his fishing/hunting...

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