Invasive Species Everywhere | Fresh Tracks Weekly (Ep. 10)
Fresh Tracks Weekly • 26m
This week Marcus did some wildlife watching. Matthew caught a chinook salmon on the Oregon coast. Dale, Randy and Beau helped out with a new project that Warriors and Quiet Waters has going on teaching combat veterans how to archery elk hunt.
We talk about Beau's new Divide Series Tents, the no-net loss bill in Georgia, the Crazy Mountain land access case, and a new study on wolf dynamics and the effects of hunting and trapping wolves.
For the deeper dive, Michael Parente drops in to talk about how invasive species rule Montana's fisheries, the weird world of fishing culture and how we are trying to tell some of these stories through the series AnyFin Goes.
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