Anchored Podcast Ep. 12: George Cook on Alaska and the Popsicle

George Cook On Alaska And The Popsicle
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George Cook is one of the most well-known steelhead and salmon anglers in the Pacific northwest—he’s also a sales rep for Sage and RIO, as well as the inventor of the Alaskabou fly series. In this episode of Anchored, April meets up with George at his home in Auburn, Washington, to talk about fishing in Alaska, the origin of the Popsicle fly and George’s definition of fly fishing.

This episode is sponsored by Wooldridge Boats.
Length: 01:16:13

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Anchored Outdoors is an ever-growing network of fly fishing experts who’ve been brought together by podcaster and fellow outdoorswoman, April Vokey.

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