Fly Fishing British ColumbiaBook - 1999
Introducing a new series of fly-fishing journals from master anglers This comprehensive guide to BC's top fly-fishing waters details innovative fly patterns in beautiful color photos and contains well-illustrated articles on often difficult tactics and strategies. The writers are a panel of fifteen expert anglers from the many regions of British Columbia. This is the first volume in what will be an annual chronicle of the latest in fly-fishing lore and know-how. Fly Fishing British Columbia promises to appeal to both the armchair fisher and the riverbank hunter in search of the elusive steelhead. Each edition will include detailed information on lakes and streams with insightful commentary from top anglers. Includes easy-to-understand graphs and tables and hundreds of intricately detailed drawings depict exactly what happens underwater.
Publisher: Surrey B.C. : Heritage House Pub., c1999
Branch Call Number: 799.124 FLY
Characteristics: vi, 207 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 26 cm