Anchored Podcast Ep. 83: Bob Hooton on Days of River’s Past

Bob Hooton On Days Of River's Past
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Bob Hooton is one of Canada’s most passionate steelhead advocates. Bob was a BC government fish biologist, where he spent almost 40 years fighting to save our fisheries. In this episode of Anchored, Bob and April discuss his career, the fate of BC fisheries and his new book “Days of River’s Past”. You can find Bob’s book at the BC Federation of Fly Fishers here, where all proceeds will be donated to the organisation and steelhead related projects. 

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Length: 01:34:03

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