Anchored Podcast Ep. 57: Dylan Tomine on Wild Steelhead

Dylan Tomine On Wild Steelhead
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Dylan Tomine is an author, father and straight-shooter. Dylan is a Patagonia ambassador and a passionate conservationist who works tirelessly to educate the masses about fish hatcheries. In this episode of Anchored, Dylan and April sit down to pick through the highly contentious topic of hatcheries and wild steelhead. 

This episode is sponsored by Casey Underwood

Buy Dylan’s Book: Closer to the Ground: An Outdoor Family’s Year on the Water, In the Woods and at the Table
Length: 57:05

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