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Montana . Idaho . Wyoming Top 45 Fishing Waters
Like the idea of hooking 100 colorful cutthroat a day while floating through one of America’s most spectacular river corridors? How about finding a stream where the big ones rise once a year to a mouthful of two-inch salmon fly? Where do you have to hold still while a four-pound rainbow swims between your legs? Where do Montanans go when they want to go fishing?
There’s a lot to learn from writers who really fish the waters they describe in Montana . Idaho . Wyoming Top 45 Fishing Waters.
Come along to float the Madison or cast to the "gulpers" on Hebgen Lake with Jim McCue. Have a chance at a seven-pounder on worm or fly, winter or summer on Clark Canyon Reservoir. Feel the history of western flyfishing on George Grant’s Big Hole River. Wade as far as you want to go in the longest undammed trout river in the continental U.S. Or climb to small, little-known lakes that might still hold a golden trout or grayling. You can fish from the stream that runs over the threshold of a famous outlaws’ cave and catch descendants of the trout that once fed these bad ol’ boys.
All that is just a taste of what’s in Montana . Idaho . Wyoming Top 45 Fishing Waters.
From the Introduction: "Pick any one of these three states, quit your job, forget the lawn, and fish every day for the rest of your life. Even doing it that way, you would never live long enough to know every good piece of fishing water in Montana or Idaho or Wyoming, let alone in all three states. What we have here is almost an embarrassment of riches.
"In offering this fishing guide, we made no attempt to be comprehensive. A guide to every worthwhile fishing hole in these three states would be about the size (and cost) of the Encyclopedia Brittanica and certainly would not fit on the dash of a pickup. We decided to publish a three-state fishing guide book because many anglers who live here do enjoy bending a rod in their neighboring states once in a while and because visitors from other parts of the world tend to view the Northern Rockies as a single entity, without regard to state boundaries.
"We envisioned a fishing vacation, starting in and around the region’s central attraction, Yellowstone Park... We took some side trips that we would not be able to avoid taking ourselves, such as to the Bighorn river in Montana and Flaming Gorge in Wyoming, as well as a couple of places in Wyoming travelers often miss but shouldn’t -- including the Bighorn Mountains and the North Platte River. No sense adhering to a rigid itinerary on a fishing trip. We left out some smaller waters that are vulnerable to any added pressure and a few where fisheries are recovering from drought and other problems...
"A few little-known waters that deserve and can stand more attention are included. We tried to cover some spots that are easy to reach, especially for familes with young anglers, and a number of wilderness waters where a hiker or rider can spend a month..."
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