Fishing Yellowstone National Park

An Angler's Complete Guide To More Than 100 Streams, Rivers, And Lakes

£12.95

Book Description

Yellowstone's fabled trout waters draw anglers from around the world to test their skills. This guide explains where to go, how to get there, which gamefish are found, the geography and angling history of the park's waters, and the top fly patterns and lures for each fishery. Also included are tips on lures, flies, bait, and tackle; and information about river access, regulations, trails, distances, terrain, and campgrounds,

Lifelong Montana resident Richard Parks grew up fishing the streams of Yellowstone National Park. The co-author of Tying and Fishing the West's Best Dry Flies, he is a member of Trout Unlimited and the Federation of Fly Fishers.

* Describes the habits and habitats of Yellowstone's gamefish
* Covers all waters, big and small, on the road and off the beaten path
* B/w maps and photographs

About Parks, Richard

Richard Parks lives in Gardiner, Montana, where he owns and operates the fly shop his father, Merton, established there in 1953. Richard's fishing experience derives from growing up behind the counter, at the tying bench, and on the streams of Yellowstone National Park. He has run the family store and guide servcie ever since his father died in 1970. Richard is active in professional and conservation associations. He has served as president of the Fishing Outfitters Association of Montana and chairman of both the Northern Plains Resource Council and Western Organization of Resource Councils. He is also a lifelong member of both Trout Unlimited and the Federation of Fly Fishers. He co-authored Tying and Fishing the West's Best Dry Flies. His fly shop is featured on the Web at www.parksflyshop.com.