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Roderick Haig-Brown presentation at the Fly Fishers Club meeting
Roderick Haig-Brown reminisces about his first days in the Pacific Northwest in Seattle in the 1920s and 1930s, visiting Eddie Bauer's store, some of his favorite books, fishing expeditions, and the influence of Easterners coming out for public works projects. He turns to more serious subjects, discussing the quality of the fishing experience, the detrimental effects of hatcheries, and the challenge of maintaining clean streams. Audio available in-house at the Center for Pacific Northwest Studies.
Haig-Brown, Roderick Langmere, 1908-1976 (speaker)
presentations (communicative events)
Ralph E. Wahl Flyfishing Papers and Photographs
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Western Washington University
Center for Pacific Northwest Studies
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