Kamloops: An Angler's Study of the Kamloops Trout.
Raymond, Steve.

New York: Winchester Press, 1971. 10" x 7". 209pp. Green paper covered boards with linen spine and green lettering; in original pictorial green dust jacket with minor edge wear and some rubbing; else a VG+ copy. Illustrated with black and white photos and drawings, including two pages of full color fly illustrations by Alan Pratt. Foreword by Enos Bradner. The Kamloops trout is a breed apart, a type of rainbow trout that grows to such size, and is noted for speed, strength and violence, that many expert anglers who have fished for salmon, steelhead, and Kamloops trout give the latter an edge for sheer fighting ability. This book tells the full story of the remarkable fish found in the Kamloops area of British Columbia, and how to fish for it. Hardcover (Item ID: 7609)

$25.00

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