In this Video of the Week, we catch up with Chase and Aimee of Tight Loops on their newest episode of “For Wild’s Sake” which explores human beings’ relationship to the natural world. In this particular episode, Chase and Aimee are in the southwest for the spring pursuing some of America’s oldest and most unique cutthroat trout. From Arizona to New Mexico they chase after the elusive and rare Apache & Rio Grande Cutthroat.

IN SEARCH OF AMERICA'S FIRST TROUT || For Wild's Sake: The Rare Trout Chronicles | Episode 5
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“Curious about what’s going on with our series For Wild’s Sake? Well, we’ve got some answers. We’ve also got a little early season fly fishing for cutthroat in one of the most unlikely places…the red rock deserts of Southern Utah.”

Finding Trout In The Utah Desert | CHANNEL UPDATE
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After being sick for a large majority of last year and unable to film and adventure Chase and Aimee are back on the road and in pursuit of their next native fish. So keep your eyes peeled for more amazing content down the line from these two! Make sure to follow along here: tightloopsfly because you won’t want to miss out!

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