Anchored Podcast Ep. 220: Ann Miller on Hatch Guides and All Things Buggy

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Anchored Podcast: Ann Miller is an aquatic biologist and the author of the popular book, Hatch Guide for Upper Midwest Streams. I’ve been a longtime fan of Ann’s… from her work with entomology to her founding of Fly Girls in 1996. In this episode of Anchored, Ann and I sit down to discuss how her experience in a tricky economy helped to shape her career into what it is today. Join us as we dive into the nitty gritty of some of our favourite bugs and how they relate to us as anglers. Contact [email protected] to purchase Ann’s book direct.

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