Fishing the National Parks of North America
John Ross (Author)
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DescriptionAmong the more than 370 National Parks, Recreation Areas, Wild and Scenic rivers, and Monuments in America's National Park system, more than a hundred provide outstanding opportunities for anglers. From striped bass in the tidal marshes at Cape Cod National Seashore to smallmouths at Delaware Water Gap, from trout in the Great Smokies, Yellowstone, and Yosemite to the legendary rainbows and salmon of Alaska's Katmai, the national parks offer virtually every kind of fresh and saltwater fishing available in North America. Similarly, Canada boasts 38 national parks from Banff to Gros Morne and its salmon on Newfoundland's western shore. Canada's parks provide access to some of the finest fishing on the continent. "Fishing the National Parks of North America profiles over 100 parks that provide excellent sportfishing. Each park profile includes information on specific locations, game fish, and the tackle and techniques that have proven most successful. In addition, there are data on seasons, licenses, and regulations, as well as resources for camping, accommodations, and family activities.
Rowman & Littlefield
1 January 2001
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