Comprehensive info on where to fish, when to fish and what flies and lures to use on all the finest trout fishing waters in Colorado. Each river system discussed is accompanied by an original, detailed 8.5x24 inch fold-out, two-color map, giving at-a-glance information the angler needs for success. Includes historical, business, cultural, recreational and sightseeing information about each community along the rivers. 28 fold-out, two-color river maps, 30 town maps; 5.5x8.5 inches, 238 pgs.
Stream Stalker Angling Guides (see also The Montana Angling Guide and The Wyoming Angling Guide) written by Chuck Fothergill and Bob Sterling are the only books on the market to feature the original, detailed 8-1/2" x 24" two-color, fold-out river maps included in each book. The books open flat for easy reference and are small enough to fit in a vest or glove compartment. Beautiful pen and ink drawings by author Bob Sterling and many photographs accent these guides throughout. Testimonials over the past fifteen years confirm that these books are the best, most comprehensive, widely used trout fishing guides--the angling "bibles"--for Colorado, Montana and Wyoming.
The Colorado Angling Guide is a comprehensive guide book for the fisherman and his family. The concise and incisive text is jam-packed with an abundance of interesting information about Colorado--detailed information on where to fish, when to fish and what flies and lures to use on the state's finest trout fishing waters, as well as historical data, community information, recreation possibilities and sightseeing potential. Highlighted are 34 towns, 12 major lakes and 32 rivers including Colorado's best-known trout streams such as the Roaring Fork, Frying Pan, Arkansas, South Platte, Gunnison and Colorado, plus many lesser-known streams that provide excellent fishing. Lakes and reservoirs inclue Blue Mesa, Granby, Green Mountain and many more. This edition also covers the San Juan River in New Mexico and the Green River below Flaming Gorge dam in Utah, two excellent rivers frequented by Colorado anglers.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Chuck Fothergill and Bob Sterling, bring a combined total of sixty years of experience fishing the waters they write about. Their original research was conducted by personal visits to each area and was confirmed by taking advantage of the wisdom and experience of local guides and outfitters, giving the visiting angler instant information that would otherwise take years to obtain.
For more information, table of contents and a sample chapter, visit www.streamstalker.com