Video: Back From The Brink - Sauger
Wyoming, like many other western states, has suffered from substantial droughts the last few years. An average decline in snowpack over the last several years has stressed many of the state's fisheries, resulting in a decline in the overall number of fish in some streams. One of the hardest hit species was the Sauger, a member of the Percidae family and close relative to the walleye. I love seeing government agencies coming together to save this unique species.
Beau Johnston is an engineer, writer, and photographer who is dedicated to proving you can find a balance between work and life. He is the Co-Founder and Publisher of Living Overland, and when he isn't working, you can find him exploring National Parks, fly fishing, and camping with his wife (Krista) and their two dogs.
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