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With remote waterways and unpressured trout, Wyoming’s Wind River Range is the backcountry fly angler’s mecca. In the alpine lakes and streams, trout may approach a dry fly two or more at a time, and an angler can cast for days without seeing another person, let alone another angler. But more than just a place to catch a lot of fish, the range is also a place to disconnect from noise and networks, and reconnect with oneself. In a series of essays on misfortunate father-and-son backpacking trips, disaffected Boy Scouts, psychotropic deep-woods epiphanies and many other topics, author Chadd VanZanten offers not only a survey of the fishing and history of the Wind River Range, but a tour of personal landscapes as well.

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Weight 6 oz
Dimensions 6 × 4 × 1 in







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