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Salmon River Lookout By F.A. Loomis
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Poems written about the heart of Idaho's Salmon River wildfire country. The author and poet, F.A. Loomis, spent several years serving the U.S. Forest Service in central Idaho during the 1970s, taking... More > his life of solitude and reflection as seriously as a Trappist monk. These poems have a twist of all the elements that make up lookout life: vigilance during lightning weather, peace between storms, the continuous awareness of alpine beauty, boredom and near insanity when visitors are lacking, great insights that come with focus, and pleasure when mountain life surprises.< Less
The Sewells of the Salmon River By Mike Gould
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This history offers a peek into the lives of the ranchers, farmers, working cowboys and those that tend the land and stock of the American West. Take a guided stroll through the five-hundred-year... More > evolution of the ranching and rodeo industry of the American West with this tribute to those who get their hands dirty and work the land. Author Mike Gould believes that ranchers, farmers, and those who work the stock are the foundational stones upon which all civilizations are built. Although he has encountered a wide range of people from all classes of society, he has found the intrinsic wisdom of the people of the land to be the greatest element of human understanding and accomplishment. In this history, he honors them. Those who work the land and the stock represent the finest of people, and they protect our secrets to survival and our prosperity as a nation. Take a peek into their lives and set your sights on restoring our natural resources with The Sewells of the Salmon River< Less
The Sewells of the Salmon River By Mike Gould
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This history offers a peek into the lives of the ranchers, farmers, working cowboys and those that tend the land and stock of the American West. Take a guided stroll through the five-hundred-year... More > evolution of the ranching and rodeo industry of the American West with this tribute to those who get their hands dirty and work the land. Author Mike Gould believes that ranchers, farmers, and those who work the stock are the foundational stones upon which all civilizations are built. Although he has encountered a wide range of people from all classes of society, he has found the intrinsic wisdom of the people of the land to be the greatest element of human understanding and accomplishment. In this history, he honors them. Those who work the land and the stock represent the finest of people, and they protect our secrets to survival and our prosperity as a nation. Take a peek into their lives and set your sights on restoring our natural resources with The Sewells of the Salmon River.< Less
Washington Fishing: Salmon and Steelhead timing in the Saltwater Areas and Rivers Statewide By Josh Zarling
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You may be sitting in your living room thinking, it is late June and I want to catch a steelhead or salmon. Where should I go to give myself the best chance to get the strong pull of an Andromous... More > fish? All you need to do is look up June in this calendar and figure out what your options might be. The goal of this calendar is to help expert and beginner fisherman know where to fish, when to fish, and what their odds are based on the numbers. The numbers and averages are based upon Washington Department of Fish and Game Catch Card numbers only. Catch and release fish are not counted. Each month breaks the numbers into the following categories: Chinook (Saltwater), Chum (Saltwater), Coho (Saltwater), Pink (Saltwater), Sockeye (Saltwater), Chinook (Rivers), Chum (Rivers), Coho (Rivers), Pink (Rivers), Sockeye (Rivers), and Summer and Winter run Steelhead (Rivers). Each category has a list of saltwater areas or rivers with the catch numbers.< Less
Washington Fishing: Salmon and Steelhead timing in the Saltwater Areas and Rivers Statewide By Josh Zarling
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You may be sitting in your living room thinking, it is late June and I want to catch a steelhead or salmon. Where should I go to give myself the best chance to get the strong pull of an Andromous... More > fish? All you need to do is look up June in this calendar and figure out what your options might be. The goal of this calendar is to help expert and beginner fisherman know where to fish, when to fish, and what their odds are based on the numbers. The numbers and averages are based upon Washington Department of Fish and Game Catch Card numbers only. Catch and release fish are not counted. Each month breaks the numbers into the following categories: Chinook (Saltwater), Chum (Saltwater), Coho (Saltwater), Pink (Saltwater), Sockeye (Saltwater), Chinook (Rivers), Chum (Rivers), Coho (Rivers), Pink (Rivers), Sockeye (Rivers), and Summer and Winter run Steelhead (Rivers). Each category has a list of saltwater areas or rivers with the catch numbers.< Less
Shean and Me: (A salmon fishery memoir) By Ramor Craigie
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It is of a love affair with salmon on the Owenduff River. Of Shean Lodge, its anglers, and family stories heard around the dining table.
A Place To Grow: Prioritizing and Designing Habitat for Juvenile Chinook Salmon within the Floodplain of the Willamette River By Pieter Van Remoortere
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This document identifies and prioritizes high quality winter habitat for juvenile Chinook salmon along the upper mainstem of the Willamette River.
7 River Riddles By James Dunbar
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Seven original riddles about life on the river, with seven original drawings to provide clues for those who are stumped. Here's an easy one to start: "It always moves, yet it stays in place, It... More > may have a mouth, but not a face."< Less
The Discovery of Yellowstone Park Journal of the Washburn Expedition to the Yellowstone and Firehole Rivers in the Year 1870 By Nathaniel Pitt Langford
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Hint: You can preview this book by clicking on "Preview" which is located under the cover of this book. About the author: Nathaniel Pitt Langford (1832–1911) was an explorer,... More > businessman, bureaucrat, vigilante and historian from Saint Paul, Minnesota who played an important role in the early years of the Montana gold fields, territorial government and the creation of Yellowstone National Park.Langford was born in Upstate New York and moved to Saint Paul in 1854. He worked as a banker was involved with the investment of the Saint Anthony Park neighborhood.On June 16, 1862 Langford, as a member and officer of the Northern Overland Expedition, commanded by Captain James L. Fisk, left Saint Paul to establish a wagon road to the Salmon river mine regions of the Rocky Mountains via Fort Benton. The expedition ended up at the Grasshopper Creek gold fields in the area soon to be named Bannack, Montana. Excerpt from: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nathaniel_P._Langford< Less
Urban Fishing in Toronto By Mike Harry
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Pike, Bass, Perch, Salmon and Carp all have their seasonal movements and favoured locations along the Toronto waterfront. From Ashbridges Bay Park in the east, across to the mouth of the Humber River... More > in the west. Urban Fishing in Toronto offers practical insights and detailed pointers on where to get started with some of the best urban fishing opportunities available. Detailed attention is given in particular to the Toronto Island and Tommy Thompson Parks, as both are large venues in their own right, holding significant variations in fish habitat, and generating by far the most questions on where to start. Includes pointers to known wintering grounds for early and late season opportunities, to extend your fishing season across the Toronto waterfront.< Less