I got this from the publisher and have read a few chapters. At first I was a bit skeptical, but came to find that this is a Northwest Steelheader must read. I'll give a more thorough review when done. Until then, Matt Stansberry sums it up nicely here: Oregon Fly Fishing
"GINK AND GASOLINE is about vision. It's about challenging ourselves as fishermen and sharing the experience. We see it as our mission to live the dream and bring it back home to you."
See some outstanding work by Kent and Louis right here and right now.
Based on a recently completed review, NOAA Fisheries Service has determined that all 13 Columbia River basin salmon and steelhead stocks now listed under the Endangered Species Act will retain their listing classification as either threatened or endangered.
LINK (Via: Columbia Basin Bulletin)
“The study’s results are surprising in several ways. A biomass increase of 463 percent in a reserve as large as Cabo Pulmo represents tons of new fish produced every year. No other marine reserve in the world has shown such a fish recovery,” said Octavio Aburto-Oropeza, lead author of the study.
Read more: http://www.care2.com/greenliving/fish-increased-460-in-nature-park.html#ixzz1VEa1b87q