I was wondering if there are any steelhead books that show pictures of typical steelhead holding water in various river types? I think that if there isn't a book that has this in it that there should be. I remember when I started fly fishing for trout, every book I read had pictures and diagrams of likely holding spots for trout, in high water, in low water, in spring creeks, big rivers, and tail-outs. It was a very useful tool. This is my second season fly fishing for steelhead and I still haven't caught one. I'm to poor to use a guide so i can't figure it out that way. I've read a couple books that describe holding water... 3-6 feet deep and moving at a brisk walking pace... the problem here is that rivers are full of this type of water, it's everywhere! And even if I think i'm fishing the right type of water I really never know. What do you all think about this?