6 Fishy Holiday Gifts that Give Back.


Strip’n Flywear

No Pebble Salmon, Limited Edition Print

In collaboration with Save Bristol Bay and the Sportsman’s Alliance for Alaska, we’re proud to introduce our limited edition No Pebble Salmon T shirt.  All proceeds from the sale of this shirt go towards the Bristol Bay campaign and making sure Pebble Mine never happens.
Not this mine.  Not this place.




Wounded Warriors Project

The Kenai River Professional Guide Association is requesting your help with the Fifth Annual Wounded Warrior project. In conjunction with Fort Richardson and Fort Wainright, we will provide two fun-filled days including lodging, meals, guided fishing, and gifts from our community for wounded warriors and their support staff. While serving our country, our warriors were wounded in action.



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Moving Water

99% of profits from this striking 24×24 inch poster support the important work of the The Henry’s Fork Foundation (HenrysFork.org). The Moving Water Store is also a proud member of 1% For The Planet.

Printed from the original oil painting Dawn on the Henry’s Fork by Dave Hall. Subtitled “If you’re lucky, there are places you go back to.” Shipping is in a sturdy cardboard tube. Helpful framing ideas and suggestions are included. Free shipping with two or more posters.




Trout Unlimited

Gift Membership

A TU membership makes a great gift. You can even choose to send an additional gift with membership, your choice of a book for $35, a coffee mug, book, and two packs of playing cards for $50 or a high quality Trout Unlimited knife for $100.




Project Healing Waters

You can make a donation of cash on their website in the Donate page, or by mailing a check to PO Box 695, La Plata, MD 20646. You will receive a donation acknowledgment letter, which makes a GREAT GIFT.




Casting for Recovery

Every year, hundreds of women benefit from the Casting for Recovery program, yet many more remain on a waiting list for our retreat programs.

Your gift to Casting for Recovery makes a real difference in the lives of women with breast cancer.


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