Does your heart race whenever a rooster pheasant erupts from a patch of cattails or when a drake mallard cups wings over a spread of decoys? Has your breath been taken away at the explosive flush of a ruffed grouse under foot? Do you fall asleep at night dreaming of a largemouth bass inhaling your plastic worm or a northern pike crushing your chartreuse spinnerbait? If so, then Den Pluimer's Praise the Lord-And Pass the Leeches should be part of your library. But Den goes way beyond the traditional 'huntin' and fishin'' stories, as he reveals an inspirational lesson about our Creator in each chapter. rn rn Praise the Lord-And Pass the Leeches will take you to a cattail-rimmed marsh or a dogwood-choked grouse covert. It will place you on a Lake Winnie walleye hole or a cabbage weed line full of cruising largemouth bass. It is in such places where the author lives his dream, and it is in those places where he visits his Creator.