That story can be found on pp. 195-196 of Barton Gellman's to-date definitive study of the Cheney vice presidency, angler.
Hosseyn, my servant, the angler, is having his head shaved on deck; when he has done I shall visit the town.
Thus, by a series of divisions, we have arrived at the definition of the angler's art.
The spring sculpin and the flabby, muddy flounder are the common rewards of the angler's toil.
Like the angler, he is an artist, and the resemblance does not end here.
The charm of Bartlett's for the angler was the stretch of rapid water in front of the house.
If the angler rests the tuna will not only rest, too, but he will take more and more line.
It is despised because it responds so readily to the angler's lures, taking the bait intended for larger and more desirable fish.
Let every angler who loves to fish think what it would mean to him to find the fish were gone.
It bites eagerly at the artificial fly and, deriving great power from its large dorsal fin, affords much sport to the angler.