Anchored Podcast Ep. 219: Mike Tayloe of Finns West on Freestone First Aid

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For decades, Mike Tayloe has been involved in pre-hospital emergency care focusing on remote and wilderness medicine. As director of operations and co-founder of Finns West he’s provided remote medical services from Mount Everest to Antarctica. Tayloe guides for several fly fishing outfitters spanning Colorado to Chile.

In this episode of Anchored, Tayloe shares how his passion for fishing paired with his profession as a wilderness and remote paramedic to make a business unlike any other in the fly fishing industry.

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