Cariboo & Northern BC Fishing Mapbook - 3rd Edition - PDF
Fishing Mapbooks

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978-1-897225-56-1-PDF
CA$19.95

Released: 2016-01-28

UPC: 6-22098-00132-7

ISBN #: 978-1-897225-56-1

Pages: 256

Map Scale: 195 Lake Charts @ various scales, 25 River Maps @ various scales

Map Features: Attractions, ATVing, Camping, Fishing, Hiking, Hunting, Paddling, Skiing, Snowmobiling, Hydrology, logging and industry roads

Digital Format Available: Yes, see Description tab for details.

Areas Covered: 100 Mile House, Atlin, Bella Coola, Dawson Creek, Fort Nelson, Prince George, Prince Rupert, Quesnel, Smithers, Terrace, Williams Lake, & more

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Welcome to the dramatically expanded third edition of the Northern BC Fishing Mapbook. This book is the latest in our continuing quest to produce the perfect fishing guide. New this edition are a lot more lakes in the North. In addition to the much expanded area of coverage, anglers will now note that it includes the more popular rivers and streams in the area. The north is well known to be home to some of the best trout, steelhead and salmon rivers in the world. Less obvious, but just as important is the fact that many of the write-ups have been expanded to provide even more detailed fishing information. Everything has been tweaked, updated, and simply made better, to help you find the perfect fishing experience.

Of course, different people have different definitions of what defines the perfect fishing experience. Some people love fast and furious action. They would rather snag 100 small fish in a day than spend time waiting around for the big one. Others would rather sit patiently waiting for The One. Some people prefer bar fishing for salmon, sitting with a dozen other anglers and shooting the breeze; catching a fish is almost secondary to the experience. Still others enjoy the pure fly-fishing experience, standing knee deep in a fast flowing mountain stream searching for trout, and the experience is sullied somehow if there is another angler within 5 kilometres. As a result, there is a vast diversity in the lakes and rivers we present here.