Catching Yellowstone’s Wild Trout: A Fly-Fishing History & Guide

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Fly-fishing has its sacred waters the world over. Yellowstone National Park claims some of the craft’s most storied destinations. Casting in the Firehole River is like going back in time to when bison roamed nearly every meadow in the West. Restored to their natal streams after near extinction, native Arctic grayling can once again be plucked from icy water at the foot of breathtaking waterfalls. Meanwhile, a daylong hike into true wild country rewards an angler with a chance to catch trophy native cutthroat trout on a lonely mountain lake. Local journalist and experienced angler Chris Hunt crafts both a guide and homage to Yellowstone’s iconic and wild trout.
ISBN: 9781625858269
Format: Paperback
Publisher: The History Press
State: Wyoming
Series: Natural History
Images: 66
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 6 (w) x 9 (h)
Chris Hunt is an award-winning journalist, author and blogger who lives in Idaho Falls. He works and blogs for Trout Unlimited as the national digital director and is based in Idaho Falls, Idaho. His work has appeared in Trout magazine, Field & Stream, the New York Times, the Flyfish Journal, Hatch Magazine and several newspapers and magazines around the United States. This is his fourth book.
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