Fishing Yellowstone National Park  by Richard Parks

Fishing Yellowstone National Park Guide Book

by Richard Parks (Falcon Guides)
Fishing Yellowstone National Park  by Richard Parks
Yellowstone offers some of the best sport fishing in and around Montana & Wyoming. Cutthroat trout, browns, rainbows, brookies, lake trout, and grayling are among the premier game fish species that swim in the park's pristine lakes, powerful rivers, and meandering streams. In this book, Montana angler, fishing guide, and author Richard Parks shares his intimate knowledge of this sportfishing paradise. Includes over 100 site descriptions, including the species present and the best times to fish; tips on lures, flies, bait, and tackle; information about trails, distances, terrain, availability of campgrounds, river access, and regulations; maps and photos; an illustrated section describing the habits and habitats of Yellowstone's game fish.

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Trails from the "Fishing Yellowstone National Park" Guide Book
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The Bechler River heads along the Continental Divide, crossing the Madison Plateau. It and its tributaries flow south or southwest toward their eventual junction with the Falls River. The 1872 Hayden ...
Ashton , ID - Fishing
The Falls River, a tributary of the Henry’s Fork, and Robinson Creek, part of the Warm River drainage, drain the southwest corner of Yellowstone National Park. This section of the park is often referr ...
Warm River, ID - Fishing
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The Falls River and its major tributaries generally flow west or southwest from the southwest flank of the great volcanic plateau that forms the core of Yellowstone National Park. They merge in Idaho ...
Ashton , ID - Fishing
From its source in Madison Lake, hard up against the Continental Divide under Trischman Knob, the Firehole flows northward to its confluence with the Gibbon. The source of the name is not clear. Mount ...
West Yellowstone, MT - Fishing
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The Gallatin River rises high on the north flank of Three Rivers Peak in northwest Yellowstone National Park. Lewis and Clark named this easternmost of the three forks of the Missouri for Albert Galla ...
Big Sky, MT - Fishing
Both the Gardner River and Gardiner, the North Entrance to Yellowstone National Park, take their name from mountain man Johnson Gardner, who trapped the area around 1830. The spelling for the town may ...
Gardiner, MT - Fishing
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The Gibbon River rises on the south flank of the Washburn Range, flowing out of Grebe Lake. The Hayden survey of 1872 named the river for General John Gibbon, who was then touring in the park. After f ...
West Yellowstone, MT - Fishing
Most of this section deals with the headwaters of the Yellowstone River and Yellowstone Lake. Much of the eastern boundary of Yellowstone National Park was determined in an exchange many years ago of ...
Cody, WY - Fishing
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The Lamar River rises on the west flank of the Absaroka Range, which defines Yellowstone National Park’s eastern border. We are fortunate not to have to use the full moniker, Lucius Quintus Cincinnatu ...
Cooke City, MT - Fishing
The Lewis River starts in Shoshone Lake, flows south through Lewis Lake, then splashes over a series of falls and through a grand gorge to merge with the Snake River just inside the south boundary of ...
Cody, WY - Fishing
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Madison Junction to Hebgen Dam The Madison is the middle of three rivers (along with the Gallatin and the Jefferson) that join to form the Missouri River. Lewis and Clark named the river after James M ...
West Yellowstone, MT - Fishing
This eTrail contains information on Lake Abundance, Slough Creek (Headwaters to Silvertip Ranch, Silvertip Ranch to Lamar River), McBride Lake, and Buffalo Creek.
Cooke City, MT - Fishing - Trail Length:
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The Snake River begins as a series of springs and rivulets that come together under the crest of the Continental Divide, due south of Yellowstone Lake and just barely within the park. A multitude of o ...
Cody, WY - Fishing
The Yellowstone River flows northward 15 miles through its spectacular Grand Canyon, downstream from Chittenden Bridge. People often mistakenly assume that the river and the park take their name from ...
Cooke City, MT - Fishing
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From its confluence with the Lamar River and 35 miles downstream to the head of Yankee Jim Canyon, the Yellowstone River flows in a northwesterly direction through canyon and narrow valley country. Th ...
Gardiner, MT - Fishing
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