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In the season finale, April recaps her journey from the Great Lakes, the Maritimes and the West Coast of
April and Tracy wrap up their tour by visiting guide Gene Allen and bamboo rod maker Bob Clay.
April and professional photographer Tracy Moore head to one of the Skeena River’s most sacred tributaries.
April and Jennifer De Graaf visit a lodge on the Restigouche river to learn about its rich yet controversial
April explores the rivers of Northern British Columbia with new-age steelheaders, Eric Jackson, Dax Messett and Darcy Bacha.
April and Adrienne's BC tour continues as they meet up with Will Bush and retired fisheries biologist Bob Hooton.
April’s quest to author a book on the history of steelheading in North America takes her home to British
April continues to discover the rich history of salmon fishing by fishing the world-famous Restigouche River.
April traces the roots of Atlantic salmon fishing in North America, which takes her to the famed Miramichi River.
April Vokey kicks off her lifelong dream of authoring a book with a trip to the Great Lakes.
Denise Maxwell explains the introduction of the Spey rod in North America.
A clip from Anchored's first episode with Lani Waller where he talks about the pressures of maintaining a flawless