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All anglers should be concerned about our lakes and streams. Clean water, great access and controlling invasive species is a concern for  everyone who loves to fish.  Author of “Why We Fish” Robert Montgomery is an avid watch dog for anglers and today on Weighing In Radio with Terry Brown talks about the importance of fishing and why each of us need to be involved.

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4 thoughts on “Conservation Gate Keeper Robert Montgomery Weighs In

  1. Excellent Christmas gift for EVERY angler in your life. The book is a wonderful read and strikes deeply into the heart of “our life-long passion” called fishing!

  2. This is a great book. I finished it and gave it to my wife to read. She now has a better understanding of why I get up at 4:AM on a rainy Saturday and head out to the lake.

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