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Montana Fishing and Camping Guide - Glacier to Yellowstone

Archer, David

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ISBN 10: 0967080606 / ISBN 13: 9780967080604
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Title: Montana Fishing and Camping Guide - Glacier ...

Publisher: Glaciertoyellowstone.Com

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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Glacier to Yellowstone provides a comprehesive Montana camping and fishing guide stretching between Montana's two great national treasures. The book divides up the area between the two parks in three sections: northwest, western and southwestern. Fifteen maps are provided along with these famous rivers: Beaverhead River, Big Hole River, Bitterrot River, Blackfoot River, Clark Fork River, Flathead River, Gallatin River, Kootenai River, Madison River, Thompson River, Swan River, Yellowstone River and the Yaak River. Fishing in both parks is covered as well as directions and information to over 50 creeks and lesser known rivers. If you like to fish back country lakes, select one of over a 100 offerings from Glacier to Yellowstone.

The book is replete with photographs, and detailed information is provided for fishing specific waters. Icon symbols and mileage marker designations provide quick reference while you are traveling. A section, "Accommodations and Services" is provided for each of the three regions.

About the Author:

After fifteen years as a Montana fly fishing guide, the author hung up his oars and set out to chronicle and record all of the best stretches of his favorite rivers, hidden creeks and enchanted lakes from Glacier National Park to Yellowstone National Park. A high school English teacher with 26 years under his belt, he is now the willing pupil of one of his ninth grade students who is teaching him how to train a donkey as a pack animal. During the next three summers, he hopes to cover the best back-country fishing from Glacier to Yellowstone.

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