Kokanee Egg Collection at Little Truckee River 2014
Footage from a Kokanee egg collection on the Little Truckee River at Stampede River sponsored The California Department of Fish and Wildlife along with California Inland Fisheries Foundations and Kokanee Power & many great volunteers. The team collected over 1.2 million eggs that will help provide a boost to California fisheries.
Special thanks to Rick Kennedy of ciffi.org and Gary Coe kokaneepower.org
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This episode we are joined by guests:
- Manuel Saldana Jr. of MSJ Guide Service
- Scott Caldwell of SC Guide Service
- Jay "Chocolate Swirl" Lopes of Right Hook Sport Fishing
- Scott Reese, inventor of the Eye Cammie
- And listen for a chance to win you own Eye Cammie!
This Episodes cover art work comes from Mobber Richard Waters who posted a video from his crab trip on opening day.
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We're back, with our 100th episode of the RodMob Nothern California fishing podcast!
This is a huge milestone for us, and we want to thank all of you for your support along the way.
We hope you enjoy this week's reports, headlines, and a little walk down memory lane in honor of our 100th episode.
Thanks for listening, and tight lines!
And a big thank you to RodMobber Shon Logan who provided this episode's cover art.
Congratulations Sep! Thanks for all you do drive this industry and keep us informed and entertained.
Sep Hendrickson has received notification of his induction into the National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame for the year 2015. His name has been added to the list of a very prestigious group of inductees. He will be enshrined as a “Legendary Communicator”.
The National Fresh Water Fishing Hall of Fame was founded in 1960 and was incorporated in 1970 as a non-profit 501(c) 3. Considered are persons who have had a lasting National or World impact to the benefit of freshwater sport fishing. Individuals are recognized for outstanding achievement in fishing, science, education, conservation, communication or technology. The National Committee of Electors, consisting of eleven persons from the freshwater sport fishing industry, evaluate and act on the nomination information package and results in secret balloting of candidates.
The Legendary Communicator Category guidelines are defined by several specifics, including, “has promoted freshwater sport fishing to the public through effective communication through writing, radio, and/or television, broadcasting, photography, video production, etc.”
Sep is being recognized as an acclaimed radio show host; his “California Sportsmen” has aired Saturday mornings on KHTK 1140 Sacramento, CA. for 18 years. He is also an angler, tackle innovator, outdoor writer, author, photographer and seminar speaker. He has a proven track record of introducing young people and adults to the sport of fishing through effective communication skills and his relationships with outdoor folks and government agencies impact his outreach.
Sep is honored to be selected as a recipient of this award, and commented, “To be in the Fresh Water Hall of Fame along with individuals such as Forrest Wood, Al Lindner, Babe Winkleman, Stan Fagerstrom, Mike Folkestad, Patrick McManus, Curt Gowdy, Buzz Ramsey, Roland Martin, Lee Wulff and so many others, is beyond anything a “trolling guy with a radio show” could ever have anticipated”.
The official award presentation will be held at a later date. For more information on Fresh Water Hall of Fame, www.freshwater-fishing.org