Anchored Podcast

In this episode of Anchored, we discuss the history of Trout Unlimited, the issue of abandoned mines and hydropower in the US, as well as how TU navigates the issue of introduced fish.
Dr. Max Holmes shares how science and fly fishers have been teaming up in the name of science.
Heather shares how she started fly fishing, her passion for education, and her thoughts on inclusion.
Carl and Kathryn Martens share their story about diving into retail and how things aren’t always as they appear.
Gill and April discuss the reality of growing up in a fishing family, angler psychology and more.
The legacy of Tom Morgan rods lives on. We discuss Tom's passion for quality rods, bamboo rod building and more.
April sits down with Jeff Hickman and David Moskowitz to discuss the current state of Columbia River steelhead.
April and Phil discuss chironomids, triploids, and how he went from working in an insurance office to the fishing industry.
Justin Crump and April Vokey discuss chasing rooster fish in Mexico, the importance of a fly’s profile, and setting expectations.
Instructor Natalie Bogwalker shares her experience living in community, tanning hides, permaculture design, natural building and more.
April Vokey, Kirk Deeter, Tom Larimer, and Bridget Fabel discuss social media influencers and their role in fishing.
Al Perkinson opens up about leaving Costa Sunglasses, starting Bajio, and the impact of cause marketing.
April sits down with guide, Karen Brooks, to discuss fishing in Tasmania and getting a "late start".