This colorful guide provides a clear understanding of the complex and fascinating 15 miles of emerald clear river that can provide fly anglers 40-fish days. Throughout the book detailed maps direct fly and spin fishing and show points of history, boating and geologic landmarks, and access to the natural history of the area and beauty. This guide to fly fishing Lees Ferry is indispensable for the angler and intrepid visitor to the Marble Canyon.
For more than 20 years author Dave Foster has boated, explored and guided anglers on the big water that courses below the huge sandstone cliffs that start the Grand Canyon. His passion for the history and fishing in Lees Ferry was first published in 1992 and quickly went out of stock and print. This updated and expanded work is a huge step forward in the ongoing chronicle of the fascinating river crossing and "historical funnel" of western migration.
Paperback, 96 pages, 10 color photographs, 50 b&w photographs, 21 maps, 34 illustrations
Author: Dave Foster
Size: 8.5" x 11"
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