Angler’s Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park
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This Rocky Mountain National Park fishing guide is packed with information to help the casual or visiting recreational angler enjoy some great fishing and hiking in Rocky Mountain National Park and Estes Park.
Angler’s Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park includes maps to our favorite spots and basic tackle guidelines.
No fancy gear to buy. No fly fishing lessons required. Use the fly or spinning rod you already have and a few select flies to catch beautiful Rocky Mountain trout.
Reviews for Angler’s Guide to Rocky Mountain National Park
“Les and Kim Beery have come up with a real gem of a book for both local anglers and those making only brief fishing trips into Rocky Mountain National Park. They have condensed their vast knowledge and experience into a handy, portable guide packed full of excellent information on all aspects of angling in the park, including how to get to the best fishing spots, what fish you can expect to find, and how to fish for them once you get there. What else do you need?”
-Bert Cushing, stream ecologist, author, and angler
“What a great book! Well organized with great illustrations. Good information, particularly the “Tips from your guide”. Les and Kimball have generously shared the knowledge that they’ve gained from more than 40 years of fishing Rocky Mountain National Park. They tell you the best spots to fish from on the shoreline, what to use and how to fish it. You can cut the learning curve by a huge amount with these tips! Anyone could benefit from this book to be successful.”
– Capt. Rick Grassett, Owner-Snook Fin-Addict Guide Service, Inc.
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“Most fly fishers own fly fishing guides of some type, but they are sitting on the bookshelf, too large to lug along on fishing trips. The guide from Les and Kimball Beery is compact enough to fit in your vest, printed on waterproof synthetic stock to withstand rain and wet hands, and provides excellent points to get you started in fishing RMNP. I know for a fact that they have given us not only some of their favorite water destinations but also some of their favorite spots on those waters! If you use this guide, you will catch fish and get to enjoy some of the best scenery in the country. My copy has taken up permanent residence in my fishing vest. Thanks, Les and Kimball. Tight lines!”
“This is a fine little field guide and will prove to be a great help to people new to Rocky Mountain National Park, and its waters. Its compact size makes it an easy, and useful, addition to any angler’s pack or pocket. The narrative quickly displays the authors’ experience and knowledge of the Park, its waters, and the fish residing there. Photos throughout, especially of the fish, and locations are first rate. Fly recommendations are clear and for easily obtained patterns widely available locally, making it easy for the non-local to go afield well equipped. This nice concise book will be like having an experienced guide along on your trip. “
Austin Condon, National Park volunteer and Past President of the local chapter of Trout Unlimited
More info about Angler’s Guide to Shore Fishing Southwest Florida Content:
- Page Count: 60
- Full Color
- Tear and Stain Resistant
- Tree Free YUPO paper
- 7 ¾”H X 4 ½”W X .25”D
- It floats!