The fishing in Montana is better than ever, which is why Wilderness Adventures Press is releasing this completely revised edition of the Flyfisher's Guide to Montana, complete with full-color photography and brand new, highly detailed maps!
The updated maps include all of the BLM land, National Forest, Wilderness Areas and state-owned land for all of Montana's major fisheries, and many smaller rivers and lakes. All access points, boat launches, campgrounds and more are shown with GPS coordinates, highways and access roads. You will be able to find your way to the river, whether you're familiar with the area or not.
This completely revamped edition details the wealth of great flyfishing in Big Sky Country. From major rivers like the Yellowstone, Missouri, Beaverhead, Big Hole, Clark Fork, Bighorn, and Madison down to the smallest fishable creeks and lakes, veteran fishing author Chuck Robbins tells anglers everything they need to know about Montana’s best fisheries. In addition to covering all the most famous rivers and streams, this book introduces flyfishers to waters well off the beaten path, including high-country lakes where many of the fish have never seen a fly or lure and hidden gems in eastern Montana. Also includes other great travel and angling information.
Update your dog-eared copy of the original with this fantastic new edition!
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About the Author
CHUCK ROBBINS is a freelance writer and photographer who hangs his hat in Dillon, Montana, with wife and partner Gale and Katie the Wirehair. A lifelong flyfisher, Robbins has traveled extensively along the back roads of Montana in search of the best the outdoors has to offer. His writing has appeared in numerous magazines and books, including Odyssey at Limestone Creek, Birding Trails Montana and On the Fly Guide to the Northern Rockies.