Colorado Flyfishing

Where to Eat, Sleep, Fish

by Mark D. Williams

$19.95

by Mark D. Williams and W. Chad McPhail

Colorado fly fishing is huge. As one would expect, there are no shortage of fly fishing guides. But whereas other guides focus on particular waters, Colorado Flyfishing is organized by region, centering on locations out of which fly fishers can home base. In other words, this book is organized the same way that people organize their fly fishing trips.

Authors and fishing buddies, Mark and Mac, take us on a whirlwind summer tour of Colorado’s prime fly fishing grounds, imparting wit and insight to the journey and the sport. They share with us what fishing in Colorado means to them, and they also share where to find the best fishing and amenities in the state. Features luminous full color photography.

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Additional information

Imprint

Trails Books

ISBN

9781555664428

Author

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Format

Paperback

Pages

304

Size

6 x 9

The Author

Mark D. Williams

Mark D. Williams has published hundreds of articles and photos the last thirty years in magazines, newspapers, online publications including Texas Sporting Journal, Backpacker, Men's Health, Dallas Morning News, Cowboys and Indians, Southwest Fly Fishing, ESPN, SPORT, Gorp.com, Outdoorsite.com, Texas Fish and Game, Baseball Digest, Amarillo Globe News and many more. He has been the fishing expert for Tibesti.com and Away/Gorp.com to name a few. Williams has published 20 books including the top selling tome on the best places to fish around the world -- So Many Fish So Little Time: The 1001 Best Places on Earth to Fish from Harper Collins. Other books include Trout Fishing Sourcebook, The Backpacking Flyfisher, Flyfishing Southwestern Colorado, Knots for Flyfishers and Freshwater Flyfishing Tips from the Pros (Fireside/Simon and Schuster.) He and his wife Amy wrote two books with Wayfinder Press (Top 30 Things to Do in Durango, Top 30 Things to Do in Telluride). Williams had Colorado Flyfishing: Where to Eat, Sleep and Fish, co-written with Chad McPhail, published by Johnson Books. Williams has traveled the world but finds himself more and more fishing small streams in New Mexico and Colorado and working on his second novel. He is an award-winning teacher (Brock International Prize in Education Finalist 2013) and teaches high school Social Studies, Media, English and Speech at North Heights Alternative School in Amarillo Texas. He and his students have written two books, Voices From the Heights and Paintings on the Walls. A third book with NHAS Students is now on Kindle, Voices and Paintings From the Heights. Get in touch with Mark D. Williams at mdwtrout@gmail.com. http://www.amarillomagonline.com/article/744 Twitter: @mdwtrout

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