Montana Fly Fishing Guide: East of the Continental Divide : drainages

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Greycliff Publishing Company, 1995 - Fly fishing - 288 pages
Hundreds of pages fill each volume with full descriptions of all major waters in Montana. Learn how to get there, when to fish and what fly patterns to use. Photographs and maps accompany each major destination along with short descriptions of the surrounding waters and in-depth discussion of the necessary flies and tackle. Hatch charts are included, and often the species and size of fish to expect. In addition, each volume has a special lay-flat binding to make browsing new waters easy. You can fish successfully anywhere in Montana if you have this set of books.

The "Montana Fly Fishing Guides" East & West are the first guidebooks of this kind for Montana. While there are a number of good general fishing guides, this two volume set is the first to focus specifically on fly fishing. Author John Holt has conducted exhaustive research on a wide array of Montana waters in the compilation of these books, covering not only Montana's famous blue-ribbon waters, but hundreds of lesser-known streams and lakes.

Beyond the great volume of information in these books, John has infused them with his own unique (and often highly opinionated) style of writing. Anyone who loves fly fishing and who loves Montana will derive hours of pleasure and acquire a lot of valuable information from the "Montana Fly Fishing Guides".

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