Anchored Podcast Ep. 66: Bill Bakke on The Native Fish Society

Bill Bakke On The Native Fish Society
Share:
Table of Contents

Anchored Podcast:


Bill Bakke is a proud Oregonian who’s been involved in fish conservation for over 40 years. Bill is a writer, an active voice in the media and the founder of the Native Fish Society, a regional organization focused on the protection and restoration of native fish in the northwestern United States. In this episode of Anchored, Bill and April discuss the Native Fish Society and its struggles.

This episode is brought to you by Farlex Reels.
Length: 01:06:41

Anchored Outdoors

Anchored Outdoors

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

Subscribe to our newsletter

Related Stories

Ryan Brod is a seasoned writer whose essays have graced the pages of numerous prestigious publications. In this episode, we discuss fishing in Maine, how to fly fish from a canoe, fishing for carp in tidal waters, what makes us hunters (as anglers), choosing passion over profit in this day and age, and more.
Mike Schultz, affectionately known as “Schultzy,” is the Owner of Schultz Outfitters Fly Shop & Guide Service. In this episode, we discuss the process of opening his fly shop, tactics for catching smallmouth bass on the fly, the effects of water temperature, tackle, and more.
In this episode of Anchored, we discuss how Aaron got involved in the Spey scene in the early years, his struggle with Crohn’s disease, getting his casting certification, grieving dead river systems, and more.