Spreading the stoke - the right way.
Stewards of Our Public Lands & Waters
At Nomadic Anglers, we believe that all of our natural resources are precious, and must be conserved. How do we do this? By giving back. Each year, more and more anglers are venturing out to public waters to try their luck at fooling a fish. Humans have a massive impact on the natural world, so we want to do whatever we can to reduce that impact as much as possible. We want anglers to get stoked on the water and catching beautiful fish while maintaining a conservationist mindset. At Nomadic Anglers, we are committed to preserving and protecting all of these natural resources that allow us to do what we love; being the stewards of our lands.
We are always doing our very best to be as ethical as possible on the water, as well as with this company. We realize that we are a digital media company and getting the “ultimate shot” can be a huge challenge. No matter how badly we need to provide content, Nomadic Anglers will never put the well-being of a fish at risk in order to do so. We pledge to be as ethical as possible throughout every aspect of our company.
Nomadic Anglers wants to educate. We know that no one automatically knows everything about conservation and ethics, whether they are picking up a rod for the first time, or have been fishing their whole lives. With this in mind, it is our goal to educate people on the best practices and methods that ensure the fish -- and the river they call their home -- are happy and healthy for years and years to come.
Everyone at Nomadic Anglers is far from perfect. We know that we don’t know everything about fly fishing and conservation. We are open to being students just as much as we are teachers. If someone knows of a more ethical way to do something, we want them to tell us. We welcome constructive criticism and always want to better our knowledge on these topics.
At Nomadic Anglers, we are all about community. We realize that as fly fishermen we have a certain perspective on the importance of river conservation. Local companies also rely on the river to supply fresh water as a resource for their production. We want to come together to educate the community on the importance of conserving our local watershed. We believe that the more we are able to educate and involve our community, the more we will be able to do to conserve our local waters. We pledge to make a difference in our community and give back to these waters as much as we possibly can.