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Are you tired of flyfishing those brand-name U.S. trout streams that promise big fish but produce mostly big crowds? Then a trip to Alberta is the perfect solution, and "Due North of Montana" is the guidebook you’ll need.
A few hours’ drive from some of the most famous trout waters in the lower forty-eight will take you to rivers you’ve probably never heard of before—rivers like the North Raven, where you’ll find big browns rising in a spring creek; or the Elk River, touted as perhaps the best westslope cutthroat stream in North America.
Eleven of Alberta’s best southern and central trout streams are covered in this book, from the metropolitan Bow to the precipitous gorge of the Highwood River. Alberta native Chris Dawson tells you where to fish, when to go, and what flies to use. Maps help you locate the rivers and their access points. With "Due North of Montana" you can make your own discoveries in waters that are as uncrowded as America’s rivers twenty years ago.
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Chris Dawson is a senior writer for the Calgary Herald in Alberta, Canada. His ten-month flyfishing adventure to Australia and New Zealand was the subject of his first book, "Woolly Worms and Wombats." Now he stays closer to home to introduce you to Alberta’s rivers and the people who fish them.
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Book Description Johnson Books, 1996. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111555661807
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Book Description Johnson Books, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1555661807