Enter the world of Lewis and Clark as you have never seen it before – through the fish and fishing they experienced. Two bold explorers, two wild rivers, one enterprising vision: To find a water route across the continent. Lewis and Clark’s 8,000-mile journey was a river expedition of epic proportions – and the grandest fishing trip of all time. Fishing was a source of food, entertainment and scientific discovery. It also provided clues to geography, aided in diplomacy and served as a means of survival. Grab your fishing rod and join us on a virtual tour of “Undaunted Anglers – Fishing with Lewis and Clark.”

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