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Timing is everything, including when to plan your adventure around good and bad conditions.  Detailed maps, trails, safety, fly fishing tactics and techniques…Mike and Steve cover it all.  If you are looking for a ruly off the beaten path Rocky Mountain fly fishing adventure, this book is a sure bet.

Landon Mayer, author of How to Catch the Biggest Trout of Your Life, Sight Fishnig for Trout, Colorado’s Best Fly Fishing, and 101 Trout Tips: A Guide’s Secrets, Tactics and Techniques.

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Mike and Steve have done an impeccable job of producing the most comprehensive guide to the area.  The beautiful photos, detailed maps, informative illustrations, combined with other helpful tidbits of information make this book hard to put down.

Pat Dorsey, author of A Fly Fishing Guide to the South Platte River, Fly Fishing Tailwaters, and Tying and Fishing Tailwater Flies.

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This book is brim with practical advice for accessing and fishing one of the most popular wilderness areas in the country, Colorado’s Indian Peaks.  Here, Steve and Mike provide a great guide and resource for anglers of all levels to reference before hitting the trail.

Erin Block, author of A View From Coal Creek

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The word “comprehensive” is often overused, but it’s the best word to describe this wonderful guide to the Indian Peaks Wilderness Area.  Mike and Steve have done an amazing job of laying out every detail to ensure not only a great trip, but also provide helpful fodder for late night planning and dreaming.

Charlie Craven, author of Basic Fly tying: Modern Techniques for Flies That Catch Fish, Charlie’s Fly Box: Signature Flies for Fresh and Salt Water.

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