Author: Steven B. Schweitzer
Publisher: PixaChrome, Jan 2011
Guides the angler to over 150 destinations along 48 trail systems. Pinpoints all locations containing fish: 50+ lakes & 200+ miles of perennial streams & rivers. Full illus & maps, 250+ color photos; 6x9 inches, 248 pgs.
Answers an angler's most important question: "Where do I want to fish today?"
Includes: how much time is needed to hike to a destination, trail difficulty, streams and lakes along the trail, what kind of fish can be caught, effective techniques & flies. Provides the angler location-specific fishing tips and effective fly pattern suggestions. Detailed hatch charts cover all major insect activity year-round. Tie the flies used by local guides and experts with detailed pattern listings for over 100 unique and highly effective flies.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
STEVE SCHWEITZER spent over 10 years hiking and fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park, collecting notes and photographs for the book. He is a frequent contributor to leading fly fishing periodicals and contributing author and illustrator to the book Drag-Free Drift - Leader Design and Presentation Techniques for Fly Fishing.