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Inside the book… Answers an angler’s most important question: “Where do I want to fish today?” How much time is needed to hike to a destination Trail difficulty Streams and lakes along the trail What kind of fish can be caught Effective techniques and flies Guides the angler to over 150 destinations along 48 trail systems Discusses all locations containing fish: 50+ lakes and 200+ miles of perennial streams and rivers Fully illustrated with full color topographic maps, trail profiles and over 250 photographs Provides the angler fishing tips and effective fly pattern suggestions Detailed hatch charts cover all major insect activity year-round Tie the flies used by local guides and experts with detailed pattern listings for over 100 unique and highly effective flies
About the Author Steve Schweitzer spent over 10 years hiking and fishing in Rocky Mountain National Park, collecting notes and photographs for the book. He is a frequent contributor to leading fly fishing periodicals and contributing author and illustrator to the book “Drag-Free Drift - Leader Design and Presentation Techniques for Fly Fishing”. He is co-founder of the popular fly fishing website www.globalflyfisher.com and resides in Berthoud, CO.