Fly Fishing in British Columbia Throughout the YearBook - 1998
This thorough and informative guide helps fly fishers locate the very best of British Columbia's spectacular fly fishing opportunities in any season of the year. The book begins with a description of B.C.'s eight diverse fish management regions, a brief history of fly fishing in the province, and tips to safely access the wild back country where many of the best fishing opportunities can be found. It continues with a description of the major game-fish species, including their fighting qualities and susceptibilities to taking a fly, and a section of tips on tackle and technique for fly fishing in lake, stream, and sea.The core of this book is four chapters -- one each for Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter -- that feature in-depth information on which streams and regions offer the angler the most likely chances of success in each season. Appendices include advice on regulations and licences, and give contact details for readers seeking more information.This book is a must for everyone who wants to be in the right place, at the right time to experience the thrill of taking B.C.'s legendary game fish on a fly.
Publisher: Vancouver : Raincoast Books, 1998
Branch Call Number: 799.124 LIN 1998
Characteristics: 145 p. : ill