Saturday Shoutout / Mr. White

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Only one person comes to mind, Oliver White. I was talking with some anglers the other day about Lefty Kreh. Sadly, Lefty’s health as not been good recently. Although friends tell me he has rallied and is feeling pretty good at present, it has caused us...



Saturday Shoutout / A River’s Last Chance

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The story of how the Eel River ran dry. This beautiful film by Shane Anderson tells the story of how weed and wine dried up the Eel River, California’s larger wild steelhead and salmon river. It’s worth watching just for the footage of wild fish and...



Saturday Shoutout / Vokey’s Public Land Double

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Two different perspectives on public land. This is a really interesting back-to-back podcast on the current public land issues. April sits down for a conversation, first with Donald Trump Jr, Then with Corley Kenna, of Patagonia, to discuss the policy and threats to American public land....



Saturday Shoutout / Bye-Bye Bristol Bay

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ONCE AGAIN WE ARE AT THE THRESHOLD OF DISASTER IN ALASKA’S BRISTOL BAY I have very little that’s positive to say about this. If you care at all about wild salmon, and for that matter the food chain on which we all depend for life, you...



Saturday Shoutout / Sanctuary

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Rivers have saved a great many angler. Sometimes anglers must save rivers. This beautiful film tells the story of ninety-five year old World War II veteran Frank Moore and how he was born again on the North Umpqua. Now it’s Franks mission to see the North...