Flyfisher's Guide to Colorado Book by Marty Bartholomew
Completely revised and updated, the Flyfisher's Guide to™ Colorado Book now includes a wealth of full-color photography and extremely detailed maps covering virtually all of Colorado's major and minor fisheries to help you find your way to the best fishing in the state. Breaking the state into 6 sections, Marty Bartholomew, fly-fishing guide and Colorado native, blends his personal knowledge with the experience of state biologists and regional shop owners to create a must-have resource for visitors and residents alike. The Flyfisher's Guide to Colorado covers BLM lands, National Forests, Wilderness Areas, and more, showing roads, boat ramps, campgrounds, etc., complete with GPS coordinates. Includes both cold- and warm-water fishing information. Altogether this handy book presents nearly 70 detailed maps and more than 200 full-color photos to help you know what to expect before you arrive. Softcover, 8-1/2"x11". 362 pages. 3rd edition.
The ultimate guide to Colorado fly fishing
Completely revised and updated
Covers virtually all major and minor fisheries
Provides complete info on access points and amenities
Includes input from biologists and fly shop owners
Also offers a warmwater fishing section
Nearly 70 detailed maps
362 full-color photos
Softcover, 8-1/2" x 11"
Web ID: 87048
Rated 5 out of
Great guide bookThis book is excellent fishing resource for any angler who resides in or plans to visit Colorado. The detailed descriptions, maps and directions give you an idea of what to expect when you arrive. The hatch charts are a great plus as well.
Date published: 2008-12-04
Rated 5 out of
Perfect for any fisherThis book is a Colorado fisher's best friend. With TONS of information from directions, maps, close by campsites, what flies to use and when, etc...