Jun 3 2022
Riverhorse Nakadate - Saving the Wilderness, One Paddle at a Time
Episode 50 had to be someone truly special and really represent the reason behind doing this podcast. Riverhorse Nakadate is just that. Writer, poet, filmmaker, fly fisherman, musician, conservationist and all-around protector of Mother Earth. Riverhorse spends most of his time on the road, fishing the back lakes and rivers across North America chasing that elusive big bass. He also is always working on a project aimed at making a difference in our world, whether working on a story for Patagonia or writing for The Flyfish Journal. Riverhorse's travels have taken him across the globe and he has the most amazing stories to share about his course in life. So sit back and enjoy this episode that I am so excited to bring to you and thank you for listening. I cannot wait to see where the next 50 episodes takes us.
You can follow Riverhorse's work by checking out his articles and some of his videos linked below:
Patagonia's "It's All Home Water- A Northern Light"
Here's Riverhorse's article on the illegal fishing taking place in the Rio Grande valley in south Texas waters:
The Darkest Web - Patagonia
The Flyfish Journal's "Love & Water: Riding Shotgun with Riverhorse Nakadate"
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