Favorite Flies for Yellowstone National Park: 50 Essential Patterns from Local Experts

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There are 2,000 miles of high-quality trout streams in the Greater Yellowstone region. Nowhere else in the world is there such a concentration of high-quality salmonid waters. Within Yellowstone National Park alone, there are over forty-five streams and at least forty lakes hosting trout.

In this book, licensed Montana and Yellowstone National Park fishing guide Paul Weamer shares with readers fifty essential flies from guides and other experts around the region. Detailed recipes and photos are included for each fly as well as fishing tips and other information. This book is an invaluable resource for anyone planning to visit the area as well as for residents who want to learn how to catch more fish in their local waters. 50 Color Photos; 7x9 inches, 128 pgs.

Paul Weamer
has been a professional fly tier and designer, fly-fishing guide, co-owner or manager of fly-fishing shops and guide services, and is the coordinator of the Yellowstone Fly Fishing Volunteer Program. He is a contributing editor for Fly Fisherman magazine and the author or coauthor of several fly-fishing books. Paul lives in Paradise Valley, Montana, where he guides fly anglers on the legendary trout waters that flow through Yellowstone National Park and Southwestern Montana.
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