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Washington's Olympic Peninsula has some of the most well-known steelhead rivers in the world, and Doug Rose has been fly-fishing on them for decades. Steelhead Fly Fishing on the Olympic Peninsula is a great fishing guide for the area, but it goes so much deeper than that; Rose also discusses the history of the region, the famous fly-fishers and tiers who were inspired by this beautiful area, conservation issues of the local steelhead, and special points of interest in the Olympic Peninsula. The rivers covered in-depth, include: the Queets, Bogachiel, Hoh, and Quinalt, just to name a few. Whether you are lucky enough to fish the Olympic Peninsula or just want to learn more about steelhead, this book is for you.
|Publisher:||Amato, Frank Publications, Incorporated|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.50(d)|
Table of Contents
|Chapter 1||The Color of Winter||8|
|Chapter 3||West End Steelhead||19|
|Chapter 4||A Room-Temperature IQ||26|
|Chapter 7||Mr. Glasso's Flies||44|
|Chapter 8||Deus Ex Machina||50|
|Chapter 9||Winter Solstice||57|
|Chapter 11||Industrial-Strength Flies||68|
|Chapter 12||The Creeks||73|
|Chapter 13||The Big Rod||80|
|Chapter 14||Sol Duc||86|
|Chapter 16||The Park||95|
|Chapter 17||Maximum Sustained Harvest||102|
|Chapter 19||Garrett's Stoneflies and Feather Wings||112|
|Chapter 20||Timber and Fish||118|
|Chapter 24||The Elwha||141|
|Chapter 25||Calypso Orchids||147|