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FISHING MAINE, 2ND

An Angler’s Guide to More than 80 Fresh- and Saltwater Fishing Spots

TOM SEYMOUR

Fishing Maine contains detailed information about more than eighty fishing hot spots around the state. Each site description includes the species present; the best times to fish; tips on lures, flies, bait, tackle, and techniques; access information; maps and photographs; and more. A special illustrated section describes the habits, habitats, and best ways to fish for Maine’s wide variety of game fish.

Tom Seymour, a registered Maine Guide and Maine resident, writes three regional outdoor

columns;

special

features for

The Maine

Sportsman, New England’s largest-circulation outdoor publication; and articles for Maine Fish and Wildlife magazine.

  • Maine’s only guide to include all-tackle

methods and techniques

  • Ideal for bait fishers and fly fishers

  • Includes b|w maps and photographs

APRIL 07 1-59921-141-6 978-1-59921-141-1

$16.95 US–21.75 CAN

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ADDITIONAL TITLES

FISHING COLORADO, 2ND 0-7627-4147-3

FISHING EASTERN NEW YORK 0-7627-1100-0

FISHING GLACIER NATIONAL PARK, 2ND 0-7627-1099-3

FISHING LIMESTONE STREAMS 1-59228-614-3

FISHING MONTANA, REVISED 1-56044-686-2

FISHING OREGON 1-56044-728-1

FISHING UTAH 1-56044-983-7

FISHING WESTERN NEW YORK 0-7627-2870-1

FISHING YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, 3RD

FISHING WYOMING 1-56044-629-3

An Angler’s Complete Guide to More than 100 Streams, Rivers, and Lakes

RICHARD PARKS

Yellowstone’s fabled trout waters draw anglers from around the world to test their skills. This guide explains where to go, how to get there, which game fish are found, the geography and angling history of the park’s waters, and the top fly patterns and lures for each fishery. Also included are tips on lures, flies, bait, and tackle as well as information about river access, regula- tions, trails, distances, terrain, and campgrounds,

Richard Parks, a lifelong Montana resident, grew up fishing the streams of Yellowstone National Park. The co-author of Tying and Fishing the West’s Best Dry Flies, he is a member of Trout Unlimited and the Federation of Fly Fishers.

  • Describes the habits and habitats of Yellowstone’s game fish

  • Covers all waters, big and small, on the road and off the beaten path

  • Includes b|w maps and photographs

  • Previous edition: Paperback 05/03; 0-7627-2285-1

APRIL 07 1-59921-142-4 978-1-59921-142-8

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