This River Journal is one book in a continueing series highlighting the premier North American fly fishing rivers. For continuity, each issue is authored by one experiences writer/angler. Professional color photographs show the river in all its seasonal moods. Helpful area maps provide access information for anglers including river drifting, campgrounds, boat launching, shuttling, etc. There is much practical, insider fly-fishing help including timing of different insect hatches, matching flies to use, lodging, guide and fly shop services, additional bibliography, map sources, phone numbers, and addresses.
Each book in this series provides curious anglers with an in-depth, total experience of one river per issue and its fish and fly fishing opportunities: its beauty *through color photography), its fly fishing throughout the year, its natural history as well as angling history (including noted personalities who have contributed to the fabric of the river's fly-fishing lore), and the special fly patterns created for the river as well as standard patterns that work well, all beautifully shown in color plates.
Look for these other famous river in this book series: Madison (MT), Silver Creek (ID), Green River (UT), Kenai (AK), Thompson (BC), Pere Marquette (MI), Henry's Fork (ID), Salmon River (NY), Big Hole (MT), Penn's Creek (PA), Yellowstone Park (WY), Upper Sacramento (CA), McKenzie (OR), Miramichi (New Brunswick), Rio Grande (CO/NM), Clark Fork (MT), Au Sable (MI), Crane Prairie/Upper Deschutes River (OR), North Platte (CO), Rogue River (OR), White River (AR), Grande Ronde (OR), and Delaware (NY).
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A tributary of the mighty Columbia, Washington's Yakima River is a year-round catch-and-release rainbow trout fishery that rewards those who do a little research. Learn more about the Yak, including where to wet a line and what flies to use, from this edition of the River Journal series. The book's large, color format, sumptuous photography, and lively, descriptive text bring the river and its angling possibilities to life. Like other volumes in this series from Frank Amato Publications, the river's history, wildlife, hydraulics, and fishing conditions are described in detail for the angler's benefit.
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Book Description Frank Amato Pubns, 1994. Book Condition: Good. Ships from Reno, NV. Former Library book. Shows some signs of wear, and may have some markings on the inside. Bookseller Inventory # GRP94443784
Book Description Frank Amato Pubns. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. 1878175769 VG in VG dj. Bookseller Inventory # 044710