More than just a guide to finding trout in the diverse waters of California’s Sierra Nevadas, this is a colorful and informative overview of the fish, their habitat, and techniques for bringing them to net. It begins with a detailed description of the native and non-native trout species of the Sierras, including beautiful full-color plates. Subsequent chapters include discussions of hydraulics, trout behavior, entomology, locating fish, and traveling in the backcountry. Anyone who fishes–or plans to fish in the Sierra Nevadas–should read this book from start to finish.
Paperback: 112 pages
Publisher: Frank Amato Publications; Revised edition (December 1, 1991)