This book contains a comprehensive guide to fishing in British Columbia, with a chapter on tuna fishing at Santa Catalina. The chief purpose of this book is to give some idea of the habits and peculiarities of the rainbow, and the sport which it affords in its native haunts. The author spent some twelve years in the interior of the country, and fished a great many of its numberless lakes and streams - and thus writes from a wealth of practical experience. The chapters of this volume include: The Rainbow Trout, Names, Distribution, Appearance, Size in British Columbia, Its Food, Fly-Fishing for, Sporting Qualities, Possibility of New Species being Discovered, Season for Trout Fishing, Principle Districts, Tackle Necessary, et cetera. This text is being republished now complete with new introduction on the history of fishing.