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by Joe Evancho

eBook Fishing Idaho: An Angler's Guide, Second Edition ePub
Author: Joe Evancho
Language: English
ISBN: 0964915812
ISBN13: 978-0964915817
Publisher: Cutthroat Press; 2nd edition (December 2004)
Pages: 260
Subcategory: No category
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 798
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ePub file: 1986 kb
Fb2 file: 1487 kb

Good book on Idaho fishing.

Good book on Idaho fishing. I still struggle with ID after numerous trips to high country catching cold water trout), Idaho's BIG TEN rivers, and then geographical coverage of the whole state. He does so without giving away any secret fishing holes, but the information is there for the determined angler to find those special places on his or her own. The book also includes other information useful to anyone plying the backroads of Idaho - information on camping, boat ramps and air strips.

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Start by marking FISHING IDAHO - An Angler's Guide as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. These areas can be dangerous, so thorough preparation must be made before venturing into these distant places. In a day and age when the world seems to be getting smaller and smaller, a walk through an Idaho mountain meadow along a babbling brook or watching a bobber on a high mountain lake with a grandchild or a friend can make the world big again.

Home Evancho, Joe Fishing Idaho: An Angler's Guide. 200pp including index Maps Photos Best fishing guide and allows you to tour Idaho's natural wonders. Fishing Idaho: An Angler's Guide. ISBN 10: 0964915804, ISBN 13: 9780964915800. Bookseller Inventory 64122. Ask Seller a Question. Bibliographic Details. Title: Fishing Idaho: An Angler's Guide. Publisher: Cutthroat Press, Boise, ID, . Publication Date: 1997. Binding: Glossy Soft Cover. Synopsis: Book by Evancho, Joe . Evancho, Joe H.

Joe Evancho caught his first cutthroat trout on the banks of Henry’s Fork quite a while ago, and he hasn’t been the same since an a journey of discovery through Idaho, visiting the famous and not so famous fishing sites throughout the Gem state; places like Silver Creek, the River of No Return, South Fork of the Snake River, Marsh and Bear Valley creeks, the North Fork of the Coeur d’Alene River and the Lochsa and Selway rivers. That’s why when Joe told me about his book and asked me to write an introduction, I happily agreed.

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Idaho's most comprehensive fishing guide. ISBN13:9780964915817. Release Date:November 2004. Publisher:Cutthroat Press.

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Ryan put us on to some beautiful big fish, and was a true pro. Great day fishing with guide Josh on the Owyhee River of eastern Oregon. These guys know how to do it right.

Guys in the shop are always friendly, helpful & knowledgeable. They have a great selection of gear, good pricing. Ryan put us on to some beautiful big fish, and was a true pro. Took two novice fishers with me on a guided trip and they had the day of their life. Today is day two and we have high hopes for another perfect day. Thanks Josh for being an excellent teacher. These guys are fantastic. What a great experience!!

The first edition of Fishing Idaho, An Angler’s Guide, was the first book of its kind to catalog so many fishing waters (and some non-fishing) in the state of Idaho, though it was definitely not a catalog. The first thousand copies of the book sold-out in a month in the mid 1990s. The book has been out of print for more than a year and Evancho worked hard to get the second edition ready by second week of December 2004.

The first edition contained more than 200 pages of fishing information about Idaho’s rivers, stream, lakes and reservoirs and took two years to compile. It was written for everyone from worm dunkers to fly casters, beginners to veterans, for winter and summer.

The second editions contains the same, though updated, type of information, plus three additional chapters and new backcountry fly-in fishing information. With approximately 260 pages, the new chapters cover Native Lands, high mountain lakes and a thorough, albeit brief, section on fishing Yellowstone National Park.

In the Native Lands chapter, Evancho shows that Fort Hall and the Duck Valley reservations have some of the finest fishing around and that the Nez Perce and Coeur d’Alene tribes manage their fisheries with great pride and care. Each of the reservations has specific regulations of which angler’s should be aware.

High-mountain lakes are an important part of Idaho’s fishing heritage, but not a lot has been written about them. Fly-in (backcountry/wilderness) fishing can be as dangerous as it is fun. Because of the influx of new pilots working the backcountry, many inexperienced pilots are going where experienced pilots fear to go. This chapter goes on to explain some of the common sense aspects of backcountry flying as well as the water that is available. The section is also a prelude to Evancho’s next book, Idaho High Mountain Lakes, to be published in the spring of 2005

And because a small portion of Yellowstone National Park is in Idaho, a brief overview of the park is included as well as comments on several of its better-known waters.

The book covers the significant bodies of water in Idaho where fish can be caught—more than 600, according to Evancho. It also tells you where, for an assortment of reasons, no fish will be found. "That," the author said, "is to keep you from wasting good fishing time."

Several sections of the book are dedicated to the selection of proper gear, tackle and equipment of all kinds. The most popular and seasonal fly patterns are also listed. The book provides an in-depth look at Idaho’s top ten fishing spots, which includes Henry’s Fork and South Fork of the Snake, Silver Creek, Middle Fork of the Salmon and Kelly Creek and more.

The rest of the easy-to-use book is a guide to fishing sites. It’s divided into eleven sections made up of the state’s seven major drainage regions. Each section includes a brief description of the region’s features and reference points. Each map shows waterways, cities, towns, interstate highways and state highways leading to fishing areas. Global positioning coordinates are also included for some mountain lakes.

Sub-drainages within each region are detailed with specific information on the rivers, creeks, tributaries, reservoirs, lakes, ponds and puddles in terms of fish limits and whether they are stocked, natural or wild. Also included is information about lodging, campsites, vehicle access, boat access, ADA access and foot trails.

Former Magic Valley Regional Manager Chuck Warren had high praise for the first edition. He said it was "user friendly for all types of anglers which is nice to see considering the diversity of waters and anglers we have in Idaho. I plan on keeping it on hand in my office to help me answer some of the many questions we get concerning waters around the state."

This second edition is more comprehensive and with four new chapters and an expansion on the species section, it will compliment the first edition nicely. The maps have been refined but still work best with topo maps, and the GPS coordinates allow for more precise traveling in backcountry areas.

Work has started on a website that will include season fishing reports and links to several other Idaho fishing sites.

The beauty of FISHING IDAHO is that even if you don’t fish, it’ still a great book for guiding you through marvelous places where fish are found. Idaho native, Wayne Walker—former All-American linebacker at the University of Idaho and All-Pro linebacker for the Detroit lions—wrote the book’s introduction and summed up the possibilities nicely:

This book is a way of sharing the natural wonders of this beautiful place called Idaho with people who can appreciate it, who will enjoy its outdoor pleasures to the fullest, but who, hopefully, won't abuse it. So use this book and enjoy yourself. And while you're out there, be careful with the fish, kind to the land and take time to smell the syringa.

Excellent book and very good condition.
As evidenced by the scene on the front cover, this book is aimed more at fly fishers than gear fishers or the general fishing public. Even so, I found it moderately informative and useful, especially regarding species distribution. Much of the information on fishing for bass and panfish is sketchy at best. I also fly fish, but only locally and usually for bluegill or sea-run cutthroat trout, so a good part of the book was of little value to me. I have little interest in fly-fishing "blue-ribbon" trout streams. If there's an Idaho fishing publication that's geared more to statewide warmwater fisheries, I haven't found it.
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