Yellowstone’s Backcountry Cutthroats

The basic how-to for planning your backcountry river fishing adventure in Yellowstone National Park’s backcountry. When and where to go. How to setup your trip to make sure you have a place to put your tent (legally!) because you can’t just put down for the night anywhere you want. This guide gives you an overview of the process to reserve a campsite and the major areas to fish for each time of the year. You’ll also find the websites and other resources for current detailed information.

Sorry, but this guide won’t give you the secret holes with trophy fish or any type of fishing techniques to catch that trophy fish, and it doesn’t tell you how to backpack. This book focuses on fishing the rivers in the backcountry. There are some opportunities for fishing backcountry lakes, such as Shoshone and Lewis and Heart Lakes, but this book covers only the Grebe Lake area in the spring and early summer. Maybe those backcountry lakes will be in an update after I pull myself away from the rivers and go to the lakes in the future.

You also get a top-secret review of the easy way to get to the upper Yellowstone River, above the lake!

5% of profit goes to Trout Unlimited.

Available on Kindle, Nook, iBook, and in paperback.

 

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