STEELHEAD FLOAT FISHING by Jim Butler
Steelhead, ranging in size from four to over 30 pounds, are one of the finest game fish to be found in the entire world. They are very strong and fast, with a desire to jump spectacularly when hooked, which places them at the top of the list of the most exciting fresh water fish in North America. As migratory fish steelhead force the angler to become a hunter with a rod. The better informed you are concerning steelhead biology, habits and needs, the more successful you will be. Steelhead Float Fishing treats in depth some of the finest angling techniques available for steelhead throughout their entire range--creeks and rivers from Alaska to California and in many of the famous tributaries of the Great Lakes, where steelhead are also very abundant after having been imported from the Pacific Coast in the last century. If you take the author's lifetime-learned steelhead information to heart you have the potential of seriously increasing your steelhead hooking success and becoming a master of the sport. Steelheaders are a breed apart, enjoying a sport that can be compared with the most challenging hunting in the world, but its wonderfully rewarding experiences are as close as the nearest appropriate river.
8 1/2 x 11, 80 pages