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Small Companies also get in the Bristol Bay effort
As one of the oldest and largest companies in fly fishing, Orvis is acutely aware of this need to give back.
Recently, we reached a significant waypoint on the long, winding road to Bristol Bay Protection but it’s important remember the journey is far from over.
Posted in Conservation, West of The Rockies, Backcountry, Wild Steelhead Advocates, Save Bristol Bay
Former Alaska State Senate President Rick Halford, a republican, speaks to the responsibility that we have to protect Bristol Bay's renewable resources in this short video.
You’ve worked pretty darn hard at this. You’ve called, written letters, donated, and answered the calls to action nearly every time we’ve asked. Thank you. Because you and thousands of others weighed in, the EPA released their Bristol Bay Watershed Assessment on Jan 17th.
Dreaming of a life in the "Business" on the Oregon Coast
The People: Fighting to Keep the Family Tradition Alive
Dave Atcheson interviews Bristol Bay Lodge Owner John Holman about why he stepped into the fight
The Industry: The Fly Fishing Show and Industry Partners Step Up – Again!
The fishing industry generously donates over $2,500 in gear to activate Save Bristol Bay base at 2014 Fly Fishing Show tour.
Northern Dynasty remains dedicated to building Pebble, still not sure when they will permit though. Great story on Bay Science in HCN, story on local conservation and Pebble and a Farm to Fork talks salmon and mining.
The Fishing Industry is behind us, and if anyone gets the idea that Conservation is better for the bottom line, it's the American Fly Fishing Trade Association.