One of the more serene sights to behold in the landscape of Yellowstone National Park is the angler, standing in a stream, casting a fly or a lure, or reeling in a trout. Anglers aplenty wet their lines along the drives of the park, and far from the mainstream travel routes lie more waters where fishing is excellent. Fishing Yellowstone National Park tells the angler where to go-along the roads and off the beaten path-how to get there, which species of fish populate the lakes and streams, and what to tie on the end of the line for the best results. Richard Parks, a well-known local angler, has guided Yellowstone anglers from his fishing shop on the banks of the Yellowstone River in Gardiner, Montana, for more than 35 years. In this comprehensive guide, Parks leaves no stone unturned, providing detailed information for anglers on the fishable streams and lakes in ever park watershed, including section-by-section descriptions of the major streams, recommended flies and lures for each body of water, time-tested tips on fishing techniques, numerous photos, and more than 50 large-scaled maps that show roads, trails, and fishing waters.20
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The author shares first-hand knowledge gained from 35 years as a fishing guide in and around Yellowstone National Park. This comprehensive guide, filled with an expert's insights, is written for all anglers, regardless of tackle, skill level, or age. There are directions to more than 100 productive fishing sites, with more than 50 maps showing the way up and down the drainages.
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Book Description Falcon, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX1560446250
Book Description Falcon, 1998. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Never used!. Bookseller Inventory # P111560446250