Olympic Peninsula Rivers Guide: Fishing, Floating, and Recreations on the Peninsula's Best Streams (Paperback)
Fishing, Floating, and Recreations on the Peninsula's Best Streams
Ecopress, 9780963970558, 144pp.
Publication Date: January 1, 1999
List Price: 15.95*
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Washington's Olympic Peninsula is one of the last pristine regions in the contiguous United States. Old-growth firs and wild salmon still rule this incredible wilderness. Centered around Olympic National Park, a living network of untamed rivers connects the region. Steve Probasco has lived on the peninsula for over twenty years and has fished, floated, hiked, and climbed in all of the river valleys. This unique book reveals his experience and will help you learn the trails, fishing holes, whitewater, and more. The Olympic Peninsula Rivers Guide is packed with access and resource information such as when and where salmon, steelhead, and trout are found in the rivers, boat ramp locations, whitewater spots, and many other outdoor recreation aspects of the river corridors. Over sixty maps and photographs accompany the informative and insightful text.