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Northwestern Outdoors Radio – Aug 29, 2020

Written by on September 3, 2020

This weekend on Northwestern Outdoors Radio we’ve got three great destinations for you to enjoy in September and October.  The first is the wild and scenic Rogue River in Southern Oregon where Helfrich Outfitters is offering multi-day fly fishing trips for steelhead or if you prefer, you can raft or hike this section of the Rogue River.  Kelsey Helfrich joins us to tell you more.   Another great place to go fishing is Jameson Lake in Eastern Washington.   After a few down years this lake is back and kicking out big rainbows and very nice Kokanee salmon too!  Julie Stilley with Jameson Lake Resort will tell you more.  If you prefer big walleye you’ll want to hear our extended Mack’s Minute with Jaime Rodriguez from JROD Angling who has been pulling out some hefty marble eyes out of the Columbia River this summer and if you want to go to a place with no water and no fish that offers a landscape like no other you’ll want to visit the Craters of the Moon National Monument in Eastern Idaho.  Gregory Reed, the Chief Interpretive Ranger there, will tell you more about this very unique landscape formed by volcanic activity.  

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