“We could use a few more Dick Dahlgrens”

Photo: Jim Matthews

Dick Dahlgren, the man who battled the Los Angeles Department of Water and Power to restore permanent flows into Rush Creek and Mono Lake, died July 9 in Boise, Idaho, not far from his log cabin home on the banks of the Big Lost River.

Before moving to Idaho, Dick was the founder of the Mammoth Fly Rodders, the father of year-round catch-and-release fishing in the Eastern Sierra and a fly-fishing pioneer in the region.

LINK (via: Daily Press)

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