CANADA'S CLASSIC FISHING LODGES
Author: John Townley & John St. Louis
Publisher: FIREFLY BOOKS, Oct 2003
Photography by Mark Krupa & Don Standfield. A photographic tour of sportfishing's most alluring destinations. 200 color photos; 10x10 inches, 160 pgs.
Canada's Classic Fishing Lodges visits every angler's northern dream destinations, from British Columbia's mystical Queen Charlotte Islands to the rustic, unspoiled reaches of Labrador's Eagle River. These are truly some of the finest fishing lodges in a country known for its exceptional angling opportunities.
Whether you are planning the ultimate fishing trip, looking to fuel your dreams with vicarious casts in spectacular locales, or just searching for the perfect gift for the angler in your life, this is an unprecedented guide to Canada's top lodges.
Destinations include Vancouver Island, the Queen Charlotte Islands, coastal British Columbia, the Yukon Territories, Great Slave Lake, Northern Saskatchewan, Northern Manitoba, Hudson Bay, Northern Ontario, the Gaspe Peninsula, the Miramichi River, Labrador and Newfoundland.
ABOUT THE PHOTOGRAPHERS:
Mark Krupa's photographs are featured in several books and in magazines such as In-Fisherman, American Angler, North-American Sportsman, Fly Rod & Reel, Canadian Sportfishing and the Atlantic Salmon Journal.
Don Standfield is the co-author of Stories from the Bowseat and Alongquin. He is a frequent contributor to books and outdoors magazines.
ABOUT THE AUTHORS:
John Townley has fished on 5 continents, from Scotland to New Zealand and Chile to South Africa.
John St. Louis owned and operated a successful sportfishing lodge based in Victoria, British Columbia and reviews lodges for outdoors publications.