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A Yellowstone Savage from Fishing Bridge: Adventures of a fishing guide on Yellowstone Lake ePub download

by James O. Wolfe

  • Author: James O. Wolfe
  • ISBN: 1410784266
  • ISBN13: 978-1410784261
  • ePub: 1773 kb | FB2: 1139 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Memoirs
  • Publisher: 1st Book Library (November 7, 2003)
  • Pages: 188
  • Rating: 4.9/5
  • Votes: 288
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A Yellowstone Savage from Fishing Bridge: Adventures of a fishing guide on Yellowstone Lake ePub download

It was a summer in which he joined a band and performed around the park, enjoyed a beach party on the lake, helped with a Yellowstone wedding, and painted his name in the noblest of Yellowstone traditions for fishing guides on the boathouse at Fishing Bridge.

A Guide to Fishing at Yellowstone National Park . Home Connect Yellowstone Hotspot Plan A Guide to Fishing at Yellowstone National Park. A Guide to Fishing at Yellowstone National Park. Are you ready for the outdoor adventure of a lifetime? Whether you’re an experienced angler, new to fishing, or enjoying a family outing, you’ll find thrilling and fun fishing opportunities in Yellowstone National Park. Yellowstone Lake is the largest body of water in Yellowstone National Park, as well as the largest lake above 7,000 feet in North America. The lake is home to native Cutthroat Trout and non-native Lake Trout.

Fishing regulations in Yellowstone National Park are structured to strongly support native fish conservation . Anglers 16 years of age or older must be in possession of a valid Yellowstone National Park fishing permit to fish in the park. State fishing licenses are not valid and aren't required.

Fishing regulations in Yellowstone National Park are structured to strongly support native fish conservation goals. Cutthroat trout are the sole, native trout of the park and were the dominant fish species here prior to Euroamerican settlement. Cutthroat trout, Arctic grayling, mountain whitefish, and other native fishes are important to the ecology of Yellowstone. Introduced Nonnative Fish Cause Loss of Native Fish.

Yellowstone Lake is the largest body of water in Yellowstone National Park. The lake is 7,732 feet (2,357 m) above sea level and covers 136 square miles (350 km2) with 110 miles (180 km) of shoreline. While the average depth of the lake is 139 ft (42 m), its greatest depth is at least 394 ft (120 m). Yellowstone Lake is the largest freshwater lake above 7,000 ft (2,100 m) in North America.

A Yellowstone Savage from Fishing Bridge is a collection of engaging stories that bring to life the magic of glory days as a fishing guide in Yellowstone National Park. These stories give the reader a glimpse of life as it was in the mid-sixties for a young person learning the life and traditions of a "Savage", a Yellowstone concession employee, working at Fishing Bridge in our oldest and largest national park.

Yellowstone Fishing Guides specializes in guiding anglers of all skill levels and abilities. We were visiting Yellowstone with another couple and we decided we’d like to go on a fishing adventure. We do both floating and wading trips, and supply all the gear necessary to try fly fishing at no extra cost. Date of experience: September 2014.

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Wildlife is abundant throughout these two national parks. See them in their natural habitat in the areas they frequent most. Nowhere in the Lower 48 is there more abundant wildlife than in the greater Yellowstone region. Yellowstone National Park is home to the largest concentration of large and small mammals, and most of the species in the park also inhabit regions of Grand Teton National Park and the states of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. The following is a summary of some of the more popular wild animals that live in Yellowstone National Park and where visitors might best view each.

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Kulalas
James Wolfe describes a slower time, when young people could savor the time they had in the great outdoors, and especially in the magical land of Yellowstone! It is a wonderful story about one young man's adventure as a "savage," one of the lucky teens who found work at Yellowstone National Park during the late 1960's. If you've been to Yellowstone, this book will remind you of the magic of that place. If you've never been there, the book serves as an engraved invitation to savor the wonders of this amazing land.
Mallador
super read for children and adults. planning a trip to yp read before or as you travel too yp. visit fishing bridge and remember how it was back then
Andromathris
As a fellow Savage with Jim in '63-64 this book was a delight to read and recollect two of the best summers of my life. In 2014 we had a 51st reunion of the Shipwrecks and seven guides and all four of the original band members met for a week of fun including taking out two of the modern guide boats. Treasured memories and lifelong friends. Thanks, Jim!
Helldor
For anybody who has worked at Yellowstone National Park, or has lived there, this book will stir up some wonderful memories. It takes you out on Lake Yellowstone in Jim Wolfe's fishing boat to see the park from a beautiful and unusual perspective as you learn the lore and share the Spirit of the Lake. It was a simpler time when there was fun to be had with other Savages who shared the same dreams for the future and awe of nature as it was found in Yellowstone. A happy, fun, and spiritually calming read, I recommend to any Yellowstoner or Savage.
Usanner
Such fun to be a Park employee in the world's first national park! Well written and memorable!
Ionzar
Wolfe takes us to a great park at a great time. Yellowstone is absolutely magical and it shows in this book. Plus, he throws in a few tidbits about fishing in our great park. His memoir takes place in a day gone by. Things have changed. But the beauty, the wonder and the thrills are just like they were.
This book brings back great memories to those of us who have been lucky enough to work in the oldest and best national park.
Alexandra
I highly recommend this book for Lovers of Yellowstone. It chronicles the adventures of a Savage working there. It's well written, with great detail placed on the history and Magic of Yellowstone. If you want to relax and get lost in a era gone by, then this book is for you. This book does a good job of making the Savage experiences real. You get a sense that Yellowstone is not just a park but an au inspiring place. Great BOOK!!
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