A steelhead angler's dream, the Limited Edition Klamath Net was made for a lifetime.
Hand crafter by the net artists at Pacific North West Landing nets this limited edition white maple and walnut net was built to last. Emblazoned with the Western Rivers Conservancy logo at the neck it was hand shaped and finished at the end with an axe-inspired fawn foot and Western Rivers Conservancy branded colors. All proceeds from the Klamath Net will go to the Western Rivers Conservancy.
Western Rivers Conservancy’s motto is, “Sometimes to save a river, you have to buy it.” WRC acquires outstanding riverlands along our finest streams to conserve fish and wildlife habitat, protect key sources of cold-water and provide public access for all. WRC has created sanctuaries for fish and wildlife and secured public access along great rivers like the Yampa, Hoh, Salmon, John Day, Madison, Gunnison, Skagit, Eel, Smith, Bear and dozens of others. It is the West’s only organization dedicated exclusively to saving rivers through land acquisition—an approach that is effective, tangible and permanent. WRC’s effort to save Blue Creek, a cold-water lifeline for northern California’s Klamath River, is considered by many to be one of the most important conservation projects in the Lower 48.