Rainbow Rhapsody - Part 2 - In part two of Rainbow Rhapsody angler Rich Jorgensen and filmmaker Joe Daniel return to Alaska in late September and are joined by anglers Steve Jensen, Mike Dominick and Rich Lirtzman for a four-day float trip down the length of Moraine Creek. This is the time of huge rainbows (think fatter than a football!) and huge grizzly bears (think bigger than a small car!), and the group experiences endless encounters with both. What is most disconcerting to everyone is how close they come to bears while fishing. On the float out, uber-guide John Streeter gives his take on the Pebble Mine development that directly threatens this amazing watershed. - fly fishing video channel - Global FlyFisher

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Rainbow Rhapsody - Part 2

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In part two of Rainbow Rhapsody angler Rich Jorgensen and filmmaker Joe Daniel return to Alaska in late September and are joined by anglers Steve Jensen, Mike Dominick and Rich Lirtzman for a four-day float trip down the length of Moraine Creek. This is the time of huge rainbows (think fatter than a football!) and huge grizzly bears (think bigger than a small car!), and the group experiences endless encounters with both. What is most disconcerting to everyone is how close they come to bears while fishing. On the float out, uber-guide John Streeter gives his take on the Pebble Mine development that directly threatens this amazing watershed.
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