Great Fishing Lodges of North America

Random House
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Great Fishing Lodges of North America

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Great Fishing Lodges of North America:

  • This coffee table fishing book is a must-have for the fisherman with detailed information on the local waters, the lodge, surrounding country side and the wildlife in the area.
  • Hardcover
  • 240 pages

Measurements: 10½" x 10½"

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Published: April 13, 2010

Official book description:

This exclusive tour of North America's most storied fishing lodges puts you on the premiere streams, rivers, lakes, and coasts with a fly rod in hand.

Escape on the fishing trip of your dreams with Great Fishing Lodges of North America. From Alaska to Florida, Montana to Maine, and across Canada, this is a must-have for the fisherman who dreams of taking the once-in-a-lifetime trip, or wants to bring the "lodge lifestyle" home. With text by Orvis's Paul Fersen, Great Fishing Lodges of North America offers fascinating profiles of each destination, including detailed information on the local waters and its game fish, the lodge, amenities and activities, unique recipes, and game species and wildlife in the area. Images of each lodge and the surrounding countryside complement the beautiful, on-the-water photography by some of America's best outdoor photographers.

Material: Hardcover

Care: Wipe with a dry cloth

Brand: Random House

Origin: Imported

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