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Fisherman's Guide to Selected Lakes of Northwest Montana, Volume 2
by John E. Moore
March 2010, 316 pages, paperback
This book provides detailed information on the lake and surrounding area, plus directions and fishing tips. All lakes in this book have been personally visited, photographed, and in most cases fished by the author.
& Byways of Montana: Drives, Day Trips & Weekend Excursions, 2nd Edition
by Jeff Welsch and Sherry L. Moore
April 2016, paperback and kindle
Explore the scenic landscapes and charming towns of Big Sky Country. Itineraries and tips plus color photos enable to the traveler to plan a short or long trip.
Day Hikes Around Missoula, Montana
by Robert B. Stone
Flyfisher's Guide to Montana
by Greg Thomas
June 1997, Paperback, 374 pages, (guidebook)
Maps and hatch charts included for rivers, as well as lodging, campgrounds, fishing shops.
Fishing Montana: A No Nonsense Guide to Top Waters
by Brian Grossenbacher and Jenny Grossenbacher
August 2007, paperback, 160 pages, (guidebook)
From the Yellowstone River to the Boulder River, this book guides you through their beautiful home state of Montana. You'll get the essential information you need to fly fish Montana's outstanding waters.
Places: Montana: A Recreational Guide to Montana's Public Lands and Historical Places for Birding, Hiking, Photography, Fishing, Hunting
by Chuck Robbins
416 pages, paperback
Recreational guide to Montana's public lands and historical places. There are maps and photos and a contact list with web sites, addresses and phone numbers of all of the public areas. Also a complete bird list for all of Montana.
Hiking the Bitterroots
by Mort Arkava
A guide to 41 hikes in the -Bitterroot Wilderness of Montana and Idaho.
Hiking the Bob Marshall Country
by Erik Molvar
June 1994, Paperback, 304 pages, (guidebook)
Describes trails through the Bob Marshall, Great Bear, and Scapegoat wilderness areas in Montana's northern Rocky Mountains.
Hiking Montana: A Guide to the State's Greatest Hikes (State Hiking Guides Series)10th Edition
by Bill Schneider and Russ Schneider
Paperback 480 pages & Kindle 74,564KB
Completely field-checked and updated edition this guide describes 100 of the best hikes in Montana, from easy day hikes and family outings to backcountry trips.
Montana Fishing and Camping Guide - Glacier to Yellowstone
by David Archer
Fishing in both parks is covered as well as directions and information to over 50 creeks and lesser known rivers.
Montana Fly Fishing Guide: West of the Continental Divide
by John Holt
Montana Fly Fishing Guide: East of the Continental
by John Holt
Montana River Maps & Fishing Guide
by Ray Rychnovsky, Author/Editor and Esther Poleo, Illustrator
August 2007, paperback, 47 pages, (guidebook)
Features the best 30 Montana rivers. Included for each river are the best seasons, species, available illustrated fishing methods (both fly and gear), best flies and best gear for individual rivers and species and more.
Montana's Best Fishing Waters
by Wilderness Adventures Press and Inc.
September 2011, paperback
Comprehensive map book with information to official access sites with GPS coordinates, boat ramps, campgrounds plus roads and trails to access every stream.
by Hank Fischer, Carol Fischer
April 1999, 2nd edition, Paperback, 214 pages, (guidebook)
Offers descriptions and trip planning information for more than 25 Montana rivers.
Root Trail Guide: Undiscovered Montana Trails in the Tobacco Root Mountains
by Teresa Hammel
May 2010, paperback, 66 pages
Here you can camp, fish, hike, ride your mule, your horse, your four-wheeler, your motorcycle or your bicycle and you can even bring your dog. There are dirt roads and trails enough for everyone.
Towns of Montana: A Classic Tour Through the Treasure State's Historical Sites
by Shari Miller
August 2008, paperback, 176 pages
First published in 1974, Ghost Towns of Montana is the classic look at the history of Montana. An invaluable resource for ghost town tourists and history buffs alike.
by John Reddy
February 2009, paperback, 80 pages
Spread after spread of this tribute to Montana invites readers to explore the bounty of the state, whether starkly beautiful eastern prairies, pristine Blue Ribbon streams, or storied ghost towns. Readers experience the state in all seasons, from Glacier to Yellowstone, the Seeley-Swan Valley to Medicine Rocks State Park.
by Chuck Haney, Photographer and John Lambing, Author
September 2008, hardcover, 120 pages
From cherry orchards in glorious bloom along Flathead Lake to the annual spectacle of thousands of snow geese descending upon Freezeout Lake, from the awe-inspiring Rocky Mountain Front to badlands formations that stir the imagination, and from once endangered trumpeter swans to the iconic bison, this collection of artful photography offers an insider's view into what makes Montana so unforgettable..
Montana Wildlife Viewing Guide
by Carol Fischer, Hank Fischer
July , (guidebook)
Trumpeter swans, bighorn sheep, elk, and the largest grizzly bear population south of Canada are just a few of the Big Sky State's wildlife viewing attractions.
Roadside Geology of Montana
by David Alt, Donald W. Hyndman
October 1986, Paperback, 435 pages, (non-fiction)
Roadside History of Montana
by Donald E. Spritzer
June 1999, Paperback, 449 pages, (non-fiction)
Scenic Driving Montana
by S. A. Snyder
December 1996, revised edition, Paperback, 176 pages, (guidebook)
Covers twenty-four of the most spectacular drives in the state, from the Beartooth Highway in south-central Montana, to Glacier National Park's Going-to-the-Sun Road, to the grasslands and badlands of eastern Montana.
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