Anchored Podcast Ep. 104: Camille Egdorf on Growing Up Fishing

Camille Egdorf On Growing Up Fishing
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Camille Egdorf was born into a fishing family. At only six months old, she was accompanying her parents to their family lodge in Alaska, where she eventually guided. Today, Camille lives in Montana and works at Yellow Dog as their Alaska and Christmas Island program director.  

In this episode of Anchored April and Camille meet up to discuss the rise of her career, growing up in Alaska and how she decided to start guiding.
Length: 53:27

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