1938 "Editorial Copy" - has original editorial insert inside front cover asking for a "notice or review you give this book", see pic; Dodd, Mead & Company publishers, New York; smaller hardbound in green textured boards with embossed illustration on cover and gilt stamp lettering along spine; black and white photos and maps; very good condition with unmarked pages; dust jacket is a bit rough (see pic) but protected the book very well.
From inside flap -
As any ardent fisherman knows, the waters of Yellowstone National Park afford some of the sportiest fishing to be had in America. Every year more than 10,000 anglers visit the Park, yet until now there has been no appropriate guide book available. Here, at last, is a book which will give you all the information necessary for a successful expedition to these waters. It contains accurate descriptions of all the best streams and lakes and provides valuable information as to where to fish them and at what season. There are numerous maps and photographs and a very comprehensive list of the proper tackle, lures and equipment in general. The whole thing is written in a pleasant informal manner and affords highly enjoyable reading as well as being an invaluable guide.