Grande Ronde River access donation

Larry Cassidy is a pioneer of conservation in Washington; an avid fisherman who spent many years on what was, at the time, Washington’s Game commission. Cassidy and his wife Marilou recently donated a piece of land- now designated “Cassidy Hole”- to WDFW to ensure better access to the Grande Ronde River for members of the public.

Cassidy sat down to talk about his work on the commission and the Northwest Power and Conservation Council, his fly fishing and hunting adventures with the son of a famous author, and how a restroom led to the donation of his land that adjoins the popular Snyder Bar access area.

 

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