Fishing Mount Hood Country
Mount Hood is at once the most recognizable icon in Oregon and yet it is little known by the multitudes that live in its shadow. This book opens up the fishing opportunity available on the slopes of Wy'East and in the rivers that flow out of its glaciers and gather water from its springs.
In Fishing Mount Hood Country, award-winning authors Gary Lewis and Robert H. Campbell tell tales of water, trails, trout, steelhead and salmon and provide a detailed, thoughtful look at the best fly- and gear fishing.
The book is divided into two sections - Western and Eastern - by the Pacific Crest Trail. The story is told in over 40 chapters that contemplate 15 rivers and creeks and 30 still waters, illustrated with over 200 full color photos and maps. Some of the best fishing in the state is found in these rivers and lakes. Hike the trails that lead to rainbows and cutthroat in remote high country lakes and drift the whitewater for steelhead and salmon.
Now you are Fishing Mount Hood Country.