By Chuck Robbins
Expert fly angler Chuck Robbins covers over 50 of the best fisheries the Northern Rockies have to offer—from famous waters like the Henry’s Fork, the Beaverhead, Silver Creek, and Yellowstone Lake to lesser-fished gems like the Kootenai, Upper Green, and Greybull Rivers and the Newton Lakes. Robbins provides a wealth of insider information for fly fishers traveling throughout this region, whether on the beaten path or off. His descriptions go well beyond the simple fishing rundowns provided in many guidebooks. On well-known fisheries, Robbins looks more closely at the best hatches or times of year to visit, and for anglers tired of fishing with the summer crowds, he details many unique and offbeat fisheries most anglers drive right by. Interesting information is included on the best places to stay near each river or lake, exceptional eateries, favorite local flies, and other activities of interest in the area.
SB, Lay-flat binding, 6 x 9, 500+ pages 100 + maps
ISBN: 978-1-932098-01-3 / UPC: 8-09206-89011-2