Synopses & Reviews
A Boundary Waters Fishing Guide should be an indispensable part of any serious fishing trip to the BWCA. It includes chapters on What to Take With You and Why, Wilderness, Walleyes, The Northern Pike, Canoe Country Lake Trout and many more. Michael Furtman's revised classic will help anglers take advantage of these two million acres of woods and water that are a haven for fish. Revised index to every lake, including Quetico Park, instructive chapters on technique, tackle and territory, separate chapters on walleyes, pike and bass
Get this indispensable part of any fishing trip to the Boundary Waters or Quetico. With information on fishing in the twin wilderness areas, this essential guidebook highlights new fishing techniques, new equipment and an index of nearly every lake.
About the Author
Michael Furtman is a writer and photographer who often takes as his subject matter the Minnesota wilderness. He is an active member of the Izaak Walton League and frequently works with the U.S. Forest Service. He has written two books: A BOUNDARY WATERS FISHING GUIDE (1984) and A SEASON FOR WILDERNESS (1989), as well as articles for Field and Stream, Sports Afield, Canoe, Wildfowl, Fly-Fisherman, and many other national and regional publications. A life-long resident of Duluth, Furtman lives with his wife, Mary Jo, and Labrador, Rascal.