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Mark Yuasa covers fishing and outdoors in the Pacific Northwest.

May 20, 2012 at 3:43 PM

TV fly-fishing show casts a line to Pacific Northwest anglers

Those seeking out a fishing show on TV with a local Pacific Northwest flair should tune into Channel KVOS for “Fishing with Ladin.”

Co-hosts Ladin Langeman and Steve Ronholt have been fly-fishing in Washington, Alaska, Montana, Oregon, Canada, Utah and Idaho waters for more than 40 years. Both are school teachers who live in Medical Lake in Eastern Washington.

According to a news release Fishing with Ladin inspires young and old to enjoy the outdoors. It reveals the beauty of nature and the basics of fishing through an entertaining format that is fast-paced and humorous.

The show is self-produced from fishing and filming to editing and final production.

The show airs every Saturday at 8 a.m., and this season’s 21 shows will cover:

Bull trout and Cutthroat trout just north of the border; Madison River rainbows; Brown trout in a small Washington creek; Ruby River in Montana for brown trout; Rainbow trout from Coffee Pot Lake, Washington; Steelhead from a small remote Alaskan stream; Westslope Cutthroats in the Lochsa River; Rainbows in the Big Hole River, Montana; Crab Creek, WA — fishing the private section with Guide GL Britton; St. Joe River during hopper season; Quartz Creek, Alaska — Bead egg fishing for Dolly Varden; Grande Ronde River, Washington — Fly-fishing for Steelhead; Livingston River, Alberta; Fish Creek and Rock Creek Montana; Horseshoe Lake, Washington — one of Three Lakes Fly-fishing’s private lakes fishing for rainbow trout; Salmon and Rainbows on Alaska’s Lake Creek; Montana — Fly-fishing for rainbow trout in a not so well known Montana River; South Fork of the Snake River — Fishing with guide Pete Erickson (US Olympic Fly fisherman) for Cutthroat and Brown Trout during the start of the Salmon fly hatch; Paradise Lodge, Utah — Private waters near Salt Lake City; Tiger Muskie fishing in Silver Lake, Washington; and Dad’s Lake, Washington — one of Three Lakes Fly-fishing private lakes fishing for rainbow trout.

For more information on the show go to Fishing with Ladin website.

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