No matter where one casts a fly in Canada, the fishing is rivaled by few places in the world. Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland, Labrador, the Maritimes and Quebec; Pacific salmon in the Great Lakes and British Columbia's ocean waters; pike, lake trout, arctic char, grayling and inconnu in the Yukon, Nunavut and the Northwest Territories; rainbow and brown trout in Saskatchewan and Manitoba; brook trout, muskie and Great Lakes steelhead in Ontario; ouananiche and smallmouth bass in Quebec; bull, cutthroat, brown and rainbow trout in Alberta; and steelhead and Kamloops trout in British Columbia-an impressive list, but only a fraction of the species covered in this comprehensive guide to fly-fishing the whole of the country. Canada's tens of thousands of miles of ocean coastline, hundreds of thousands of miles of streams and over one million lakes make knowing the whole of it an impossible dream for the single enthusiast. So thirty-two of Canada's best-known outdoor writers and photographers, members of the Outdoor Writers of Canada, pooled their collective 1,200 years of fly-fishing experience. Collectively they have authored 28 books and over 15,000 articles in newspapers and sporting journals across North America. Now they share their knowledge and expertise about how, where and when to go fly-fishing for over 70 species from the Arctic to the Pacific to the Atlantic.