You go fishing, and use it as a career metaphor in your new book. Naturally.
New York gets to the thick of Howell Raines‘ new book this week despite having to agree to go fishing with him and tour Katrina-ravaged New Orleans before getting down to the nitty gritty.
Eventually, they get to Blair, whom Raines refers to in the book as “Little Jayson Blair”:
Raines said he pitied Blair. “I would never try to disown anger as an emotion. What I was trying to use that language for was to show some distance and some understanding, as well as obviously the initial anger that I and everyone at the Times felt, that this guy had betrayed the most fundamental compact of our profession.”