photo by: aaron smith
Through our adventures we have been lucky to have support from many great people and brands. Below you will find links to some companies that make products we stand behind and enjoy. For business inquiries contact us HERE.
While there are far too many great organizations to list, here are a few that we are members of and who are dedicated to protecting the places and wildlife we love so much.
Working collaboratively to conserve, protect, restore, and recover, 21 native trout and char species.
Governed by a Steering Committee that represents 12 western states, 3 federal natural resource management agencies, tribes, and nonprofit fisheries conservation organizations.
The Western Native Trout Challenge (WNTC) is a multi-state program hosted by the Western Native Trout Initiative.
Celebrate our western legacy by catching native trout and char in each of the 12 participating Western states. Participants can enjoy the adventure of a lifetime!
Protecting, reconnecting, restoring and sustaining our coldwater resources.
The best conservation results come from partnerships between landowners, agencies, non-profits, municipalities and other stakeholders.
The voice for our public lands and waters.
A public lands advocacy group who works to ensure North America's outdoor heritage of hunting and fishing in a natural setting, through education and work on behalf of wild public lands and waters.
Wild salmon, jobs, world-class fishing opportunity, and local cultures in Bristol Bay, Alaska depend on us.
We partner with sportfishing lodges and local leaders, and work to ensure that the regional fishing and hunting heritage, Alaska Native traditions, and the many economic contributions of Bristol Bay remain intact.
Defending public land,
water & wildlife.
We support America’s system of public land management, using education, advocacy and conservation to ensure public access to healthy landscapes
To guarantee all Americans quality places to hunt and fish.
We help create federal policy and funding solutions by uniting our partners and amplifying the voices of American sportsmen and women in service of Theodore Roosevelt’s conservation legacy.
Every river tells a story.
Science on the Fly is listening.
Seeking to further our understanding of changing watersheds around the world through long term, world-class river science. With a growing list of partners and supporters, we aim to bridge the gap between science and public policy, and to activate and inspire a broad community of river stewards to take ownership of that process.