Podcast: Man-Eating Salmon and the Latest From the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership


Written by: Tom Rosenbauer



On this week’s podcast, we discuss man-eating Chinook salmon, the ethics of going back to a spot that a guide has taken you to, what BWOs are, possible cranefly hatches, stomach pumps, and I make an apology to the SUP crowd.

Then we have a great interview with Whit Fosburgh, president and CEO of the Theodore Roosevelt Conservation Partnership. Whit brings to light some boring-sounding pieces of legislation that is important to anyone who loves the outdoors, and gives us a good general overview of why they are important—like thousands of acres of public land that is inaccessible to taxpayers and what is being done about it..

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