Anchored Podcast Ep. 16: Frank Moore on World War II, Pass Creek & the Umpqua River

Frank Moore On World War II, Pass Creek & The Umpqua River
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Ninety-two year old Frank Moore is a fly-fishing legend. World War II veteran, long-time North Umpqua fishing guide, lodge owner, conservationist, devoted husband, father, friend… there are few people who meet Frank without leaving as a better person.  In this episode of Anchored we discuss Frank’s incredible life story.  

This episode is sponsored by Thump Coffee.  
Length: 54:13

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