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Fb2 Montana Fly Fishing and Camping Guide ePub

by David Archer

Category: Hunting and Fishing
Subcategory: Outdoor Sports
Author: David Archer
ISBN: 0967080614
ISBN13: 978-0967080611
Language: English
Publisher: Glaciertoyellowstone.Com (June 4, 2002)
Pages: 228
Fb2 eBook: 1659 kb
ePub eBook: 1233 kb
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This comprehensive guide to the best fly fishing and camping in Montana is user friendly. Maps are provided for each section, along with a map for each of the two parks.

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Fly fishing often comes to mind when thinking about Montana outdoor experiences, and for . Fly fishing: catch your own dinner You can also camp along the river banks anywhere up to the high-water mark, which means you can spend days on the river.

Fly fishing often comes to mind when thinking about Montana outdoor experiences, and for good reason. But there's even more to do in Big Sky country. Fly fishing: catch your own dinner. Montana is world famous as a fly-fishing paradise, with dozens of clear cold-water rivers teeming with healthy fish populations. The state does not stock its waters with trout, which maintains the wild character of its rivers while protecting native habitat species. You can also camp along the river banks anywhere up to the high-water mark, which means you can spend days on the river catching and cooking your own meals.

Popular Fly Fishing Charters in Montana. Your guide and local fishing shops will be well informed on the water levels of streams and rivers. Good availability and great rates. These depend on the winter snowfall, so vary year to year. These can cause fishing restrictions and change how you fish the river.

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Montana Fly Fishing Guides offers professionally guided Montana fly fishing trips for anglers. We were fortunate to be able to book two days of guided fly fishing with Montana Fly Fishing Guides on fairly short notice

Montana Fly Fishing Guides offers professionally guided Montana fly fishing trips for anglers. Experience Montana fly fishing with the BEST. We were fortunate to be able to book two days of guided fly fishing with Montana Fly Fishing Guides on fairly short notice. We didn’t catch all that many fish, but Lance worked with us on improving our technique (we’ve both been fly fishing for less than a year) and was both patient and informative. Already thinking about when we can head back to Montana and fish again!

Pick a spot between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park and ready yourself for more fishing than you can possibly imagine. This comprehensive guide to the best fly fishing and camping in Montana is user friendly. Maps are provided for each section, along with a map for each of the two parks. Select a highway or secondary road, open up the book to your starting point, and follow the mileage marker signs to river access points, as well as those wonderful streams and small lakes that are seldom visited.

Fishing in Glacier National Park and Yellowstone National Park is thoroughly covered. Between the two parks the book divides into six sections: Northwest, Western, Rocky Mountain Front, Upper Missouri River, Southwestern and the Yellowstone River drainage. Montana's famous rivers are covered: Beaverhead River, Big Hole River, Big Horn River, Bitterroot River, Blackfoot River, Clark Fork River, Flathead River, Gallatin River, Kootenai River, Thompson River, Swan River, Yellowstone River, and the Yaak River. In addition, over 50 creeks and little known rivers are covered along with a multitude of backcountry lakes that may be reached in a day hike.

Archer's book is "organized the same way people get to fishing holes -- by the highway that leads them there....The chapters are based on highways, and mileage marker information leads readers right to the holes...." - Nick Gevock, Missoulian

Comments to eBook Montana Fly Fishing and Camping Guide
Doomblade
To me, it's just not organaized well. It's hard for me to follow which water author is talking about due to inconsistent title, numbering, bullets, etc. For example, Madison River appears in both Southwestern and Yellowstone chapters. I know that but it's too choppy to follow a river. Sounds like a different water. And then there is no detailed map for each water or at least surrounding area with camping cite, boat lauch, public access, etc. Just a big and broad map for the region (Northwest, southwest, etc Montana). The reader has to follow and imagine where he's talking about only with his "blah-blah" way of writings. It's too hard for me to follow. It makes me assume "this is where author is talking about". And most of the time, along with the information from other guide books. I bought this because I wanted to explore where I don't know and look for information. If you are looking for fly-fishing guide to Montana, get Flyfisher's Guide by Chuck Robbins. It's WAY WAY better just adding some bucks. And then if you need information for Yellowstone area and Madison River, get guide books by Craig Mathews. There are a few positive reviews for this book but I DON'T recommend this. Whatever and whenever I buy things at Amazon and when I look for hot DVDs to rent in my area, I always check out editorial, production, and customers' reviews and they have given me right informaion. This is the only one that disappointed my expectation and excitement of shipment. And of course the purchase. SY
Agamaginn
This book is an interesting concept - it follows the river course based on access points/ highways. That makes it good for planning a fishing road trip. Even though it's a little old now, I've found the book to be pretty accurate - especially when it comes to free or unofficial campsites. We saved a lot of money in camping fees on our last trip to Montana using this book.
Nidora
great for the traveling camper fisherman
Dorizius
I'm not a camper so this was not the best flyfishing guide for me. It is oddly organized by the roads or highways you drive in various regions of Montana. There is a terrific opening section giving descriptions of the ten top attractor dry flys. Maps are fair at best -- river access points and bridge crossings are not identified. Some funny "war stories" by the author. All photos are black and white.
Skilkancar
An extensive coverage of all the best fly fishing holes in Montana. As a fly fishing guide for over 15 years and having clients such as Charles Schwab and Huey Lewis he knows what you're looking for and tells you where to find it. It's a perfect traveling companion for those Fly Fishermen or Camping folks hitting the roads between Glacier National Park and Yellowstone. Dave provides you with detailed directions on where the best spots are along with funny stories of his travels...he'll actually tell you what mile marker to look for and which part of the fork in the road to take! Take a look at glaciertoyellowstone.com for pieces of the book.
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