I've always have been intrigued with Yellowstone National Park, and since my first visit in 1980 I have been returning faithfully. In fact, I am so faithful I moved and now live within 30 or so miles from the North Gate of the park. But since this time I have been exploring and learning many of the secrets the park holds for its visitors. In this book, Fly Fishing in Yellowstone National Park, I have compiled many of the things that first, second, and third time visitors want to know about where and how one might begin to fly fish within the park's boundaries. Principal waterways are discussed so the listener has a fundamental idea of what to expect while taking their first exploratory steps into this wild and scenic portion of our country's first national park. I have provided many helpful hints so the listener will know what he or she is expected to bring, or to know, when venturing into this vast portion of Americana. Therefore, if you are eight or 80 this guide can help you in your fly fishing decisions while here in Yellowstone Country.