Fishing in Western Canada by David Carpenter
A Freshwater Guide

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Synopsis

In this revised and retitled edition of Fishing in the West, David Carpenter offers a wealth of tips and techniques for catching all the major species of Western Canada, from the prized trout to the monster pike to the beautiful arctic grayling. The book tells you how to master the delicate and demanding art of fly-fishing, where the prime fishing spots are, how to get there and when to go. It also gives you instructions for canning, smoking and preserving your catch and presents a variety of delectable recipes.
 

About David Carpenter

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Writer and teacher David Carpenter grew up in Edmonton, Canada. Carpenter's writing has appeared in several Canadian publications including Canadian Literature, The Toronto Globe & Mail, and the NeWest Review. Carpenter won first prize in the Canadian Novella Contest for his work, The Ketzer.
 
Published March 1, 2000 by Greystone Books.
Genres: Sports & Outdoors.