River Journal - The Madison River
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Each River Journal provides an In-Depth description of one, famous, North American fly fishing river on gloss paper with dramatic all-color photographs showing the river and its fishing in its different moods throughout the year. Each book is authored by one experienced writer/angler; color photographs are contributed by professionals. Helpful area maps provide access information for anglers including river drifting, campgrounds, boat launching, shuttling, etc. There is insider fly-fishing help including timing of insect hatches, matching flies, lodging, guide and fly shop services, additional bibliography, map sources, phone numbers and addresses.
Rising out of Yellowstone National Park and moving quickly into Montana, the Madison River is the definition of a blue-ribbon trout stream. Learn more about the Madison and its seemingly endless riffles and trophy trout, including where to float and what flies to use, from this edition of the River Journal series. The book's large, color format, sumptuous photography, and lively, descriptive text bring the river and its angling possibilities to life. Like other volumes in this series from Frank Amato Publications, the river's history, wildlife, hydraulics, and fishing conditions are described in detail for the angler's benefit.
Authored by an expert angler (John Holt)