The Olympic Peninsula Rivers Guide
Floating, fishing, and recreation on
the Peninsula's best streams

Steve Probasco

ISBN: 0-9639705-5-0
Order Number: ECO-550
Price: $15.95

Washington’s Olympic Peninsula is one of the last pristine regions in the United States. Centered around Olympic National Park, a living network of untamed rivers connects the region. Old-growth firs, wild salmon, and steelhead still rule this incredible wilderness.

The Olympic Peninsula Rivers Guide reveals fishing holes, trails, whitewater, and more. This unique book is packed with access and resource information including when and where salmon, steelhead, and trout are found in the rivers, boat ramp locations, whitewater spots, and many other outdoor recreation aspects of the river corridors. Thirty maps and over fifty photographs accompany the text to help you plan your Olympic adventure.

144 pages, 1999, 6" x 9", paperbound

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