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Episode 20 – Alaska and Montana Guide Stories with Peter Vandergrift and the story behind Bristol Bay Seafood

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Episode 20 – Alaska and Montana Guide Stories with Peter Vandergrift and the story behind Bristol Bay Seafood

Peter Vandergrift comes on to tell us of his journey from Alaska guide, to Montana guide, to the fly fishing industry business world.  Conservation this week dives deeper in to the Bristol Bay issues, and how the seafood industry is affected.

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Episode 19 – Hoot Owl Closures. The dangers of fishing trout in warm waters.

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Episode 19 – Hoot Owl Closures.  The dangers of fishing trout in warm waters.

We are joined by Truckee guide Doug Oulette, as well as Donald Zimmerman from “Catch Snap Release” to talk about hoot owl closures on trout streams.  A topic that any trout angler should know about.

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Episode 18 – Colorado’s Browns Canyon

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Episode 18 – Colorado’s Browns Canyon

Kyle and Bil from Sportsmen for Browns Canyon come on for a great interview talking about one of Colorado’s most significant recreational areas. Learn about the fishing, rafting, and hunting opportunities that are being fought for in the Arkansas River drainage.

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Episode 17 – Heading to Upstate New York with Paul Conklin for big, fresh lake run fish

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Episode 17 – Heading to Upstate New York with Paul Conklin for big, fresh lake run fish

Media company Blood Knots joins us to talk about their new conservation focused steelhead film, “Our Two Hands.”  Then, Paul Conklin tells us about guiding successfully on one of the most popular destination fisheries on the continent.

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Episode 16 – Saving Montana’s Smith River and Fly Fishing the Himalayas

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Episode 16 – Saving Montana’s Smith River and Fly Fishing the Himalayas

We hear from Save our Smith about saving the Smith River in Montana from a proposed copper mine.  Then we go to the extreme other side of the planet to hear about fly fishing some of the world’s most remote streams in the Himalayas.

Episode 15 – Finding the balance between having enough voices to preserve the resource, and loving a place to death

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Episode 15 – Finding the balance between having enough voices to preserve the resource, and loving a place to death

We talk to Brandon Hoffner of the Henry’s Fork Foundation, and author Chris Hunt about finding a balance between having enough voices to preserve the resource, and hitting the point of having too much attention.

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Episode 14 – The Importance of Oregon’s Wild Fish from Two Perspectives

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Episode 14 – The Importance of Oregon’s Wild Fish from Two Perspectives

We discuss the importance of native fish in Oregon from the perspective of The Native Fish Society, and from guide Jeff Hickman.  From the recent isues native fish have faced, to how anglers, river stewards, and users of the resource have come together to give Oregon’s ESA listed fish a fighting chance.

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Episode 13 – Guide Stories with Joe Willauer and Conservation with the Nature Trust of British Columbia

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Episode 13 – Guide Stories with Joe Willauer and Conservation with the Nature Trust of British Columbia

Jasper Lament Ph.D joins us to tell about the Nature Trust of B.C. and all the good work they’re doing.  There is a lot to be learned from their focused approach!  Then, Joe Willauer comes on the air to tell about the realities of guiding.  From his start just out of high school, and his growth in the following years, Joe has quite the journey to tell about!

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Episode 12 – Bristol Bay and the Pebble Mine

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Episode 12 – Bristol Bay and the Pebble Mine

Scott Hed from The Sportsmans Alliance for Alaska joins us to give the up to date on the Pebble Mine issue in Alaska’s Bristol Bay.  Then, Adam Franceschini, whose guiding operations span the entirety of North America, including Bristol Bay, tells us why Bristol Bay is now considered “home”for him.

We also talk about some other things.

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Episode 11 – Angling Around the World with Camille Egdorf and Sustainable Seafood with Becky Selengut

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Episode 11 – Angling Around the World with Camille Egdorf and Sustainable Seafood with Becky Selengut

Chef, teacher, author, and jokester, Becky Selengut, comes in studio to tell us about taking out conservation mindset to the fish marketplace.

Guide and world adventurer, Camille Egdorf, tells tales of growing up guiding in Alaska, and her new found love of traveling the globe in search of new fishing experiences!

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