Fireside Enviro. Spkr. Series: Klamath River Dam Removal

  • 02 Jul 2020
  • 6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
  • Virtual Meeting over Zoom
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              Fireside Environmental Speaker Series

The GGACC Conservation Committee is pleased to invite you to our Virtual speaker event:

A Guides Eye View of the Klamath River Dam Removals

Thursday, July 2nd, 6 pm PT

A presentation by Brandon Worthington

Hosted by Stephen Starke

Brandon Worthington will bring us up to speed on the current status of the removal of four dams on the Upper Klamath River. He will share what makes these fish unique and worth the fight to remove the dams, and what it will be like to guide and fish through the largest river restoration project in U.S. history. 

We are excited to hear Brandon’s perspective as possibly the only professional fishing guide to navigate the entire length of the wild and scenic upper Klamath. The water will be forever altered by these dam removals and Brandon will shed light on the fishing experience as it relates to this dramatic, unprecedented river restoration.

REGISTRATION: Members can register by clicking the "Register" button on this page. This is a virtual presentation over Zoom and registrants will receive a separate email on the afternoon of the talk with a Zoom link to join.     

This presentation is for GGACC members exclusively. If you would like to invite a fishing buddy, they can sign up to become a member through our website at for access to this event in addition to all of our programs and events throughout the year.                                       

For more information about this event please contact member Stephen Starke at

About Brandon Worthington:

Brandon and his wife Bridget (a fisheries Biologist) run Worthington Fly Fishing out of Ashland, OR, just twelve miles from the California border which allows easy access to the rugged and diverse waters in the legendary state of Jefferson. With a background in outdoor education and university administration, Brandon brings a depth of experience with over 200 days a year on local rivers. He is a Wilderness First Responder, Advanced Swift Water Rescue technician, expert whitewater boater, and savvy angling guide, all necessary skills for unlocking the region’s best fisheries.

We sure hope to see you there!

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Our Mailing Address:  Golden Gate Angling and Casting Club  ·  P.O. Box 591476  ·  San Francisco, CA 94159

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