Item description for Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming: Including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) by Ken Retallic...
This book covers all of the major fly fishing rivers, including the Snake, Green, Shoshone, Popo Agie, New Fork, Clark s Fork of the Yellowstone, Wind, Salt, Hoback, Gros Ventre, Encampment, North Platte, and more. There is a special section on the famous flyfishing waters of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton Park. The famous Yellowstone, Lamar, Slough Creek, Madison, Firehole, Gibbon, Upper Snake, Gallatin, Fall, and Bechler Rivers are covered. There are over 70 detailed maps of the waters, along with hatch charts, recommended flies, and how and when to fish these waters. There are listings for guides, fly shops, motels, and campgrounds. This is the ideal book to plan your flyfishing trip to Wyoming and Yellowstone National Park.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 8.9" Width: 6" Height: 1.3" Weight: 1.85 lbs.
Release Date Jun 30, 2005
Publisher Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN 1932098100 ISBN13 9781932098105
Reviews - What do customers think about Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming: Including Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides) (Flyfishing Guides)?
Great Book On Wyoming Fishing Mar 6, 2006
The keys to any successful (self-guided) fishing trip are research and common sense. Ken's book has lots of information locations of lakes and streams...and some information on types of fish, sizes of fish, and overall rating of the fishery. This book is best used with the Wyoming DeLorme Atlas and Gazetteer, which shows specific streams, lakes, highways, roads (and campgrounds). Overall, I really enjoyed the book and can not wait until this summer to check out some of his recommended locations.
Other good books on Wyoming Fly Fishing include: Wyoming Blue-Ribbon Fly Fishing Guide, by Greg Thomas...The most complete guide to Wyoming fishing by John Baughman...and Kip Carey's (updated) Wyoming Fishing Guide. Each of these books compliments the other (and on occassion, contradicts the other). THe truth always comes with you actually going out there to fish the stream or lake in question, hoping that hatches, weather and waterflow cooperate.
Whenever planning a trip, DO RESEARCH FIRST. Research comes in several forms, the most effective being advice from a trusted friend (who's been there), conversation with fly shop owners and guides from the area you will be (they will usually only provide snippets), and lots of reading. Since becoming a "serious researcher" my trips to the Rockies have been VERY productive and more memorable.
Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming Jul 3, 2000
Wow. If you are looking for the tell all book for flyfishing Wyoming....you found it. To say that this book is comprehensive does not do it true justice. It covers every single stretch of water worth throwing a line into. In addition, it gives seasonal water informaiton including flows, hatches, and species. If you live in the west, or if you dream of fishing there, this book is a MUST OWN. I think to fish Wyoming without reading it would be a waste of your time.
Wyoming's best fishing guide Oct 7, 1998
This is not only the best fly fishing guide to Wyoming. Retallic has written one of the best fly fishing guides ever. Of particular excellence is his description of Yellowstone.
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