Wyoming Fly Fishing Books
Wyoming has a wealth of fly fishing. From the high peaks of the Wind River Range to the superb trout fishing found in Yellowstone National Park, an angler who ventures to Wyoming will have no shortage of places to fish. Shown on this page are various books about the fishing in Wyoming that an angler may wish to have, especially if the angler plans on venturing into high, remote country where many lakes can be fishless.
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|Fishing Yellowstone National Park, 3rd: An Angler's Complete Guide to More than 100 Streams, Rivers, and Lakes : Some of the best sport fishing in and around Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho is found in Yellowstone National Park. Cutthroat trout, browns, rainbows, brookies, lake trout, and grayling are among the premier game fish found in the park's pristine lakes, powerful rivers, and meandering streams. Fishing Yellowstone National Park describes all the waters and their fishes, so anglers will know exactly when and where to fish, how to get there, and what kind of fly, lure, or other gear to use.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Fly Fishing the Yellowstone in the Park : The Yellowstone River in Yellowstone National Park is widely know for two things: the spectacular Yellowstone Falls, and a few miles of world-class dry-fly fishing for native cutthroat trout. But for all its reputation for easy pickings for big fish, the river can be devilishly difficult, depending on the season and the fishing conditions. Those big, burly cutthroats have seen it all and, at times, they can seem downright jaded--unless you know how to fish for them. West Yellowstone guide and fly shop owner Bob Jacklin and world-renowned angler Gary LaFontaine both know how.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|Flyfisher's Guide to Wyoming : This book covers all of the major fly fishing rivers, including the Snake, Green, Shoshone, Popo Agie, New Fork, Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone, Wind, Salt, Hoback, Gros Ventre, Encampment, North Platte, and more. There is a special section on the famous flyfishing waters of Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton Park.    Buy at Amazon.Com|
|The Yellowstone Fly-Fishing Guide : This fine little guidebook to the best fishing in Yellowstone Park discusses aquatic and terrestrial insect emergences and activity periods, fly patterns to imitate these insects, and effective fishing techniques. Included are specific locations, access points and trailheads, distances, and terrain descriptions. This book is required reading for any fly fisher planning a trip to Yellowstone Park - an area that holds more wild trout water for its size than anywhere else in the world.    Buy at Amazon.Com|