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With the encouragement of her mother, Ashley grew up fishing with friends and spending time outdoors on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington. A member of the Quinault Indian Nation, Ashley began guiding on the Queets and Quinault Rivers during college. Ashley strives to create a unique experience and adventure every time she heads into the outdoors. Whether it’s through fishing, hunting, clam digging, foraging in the woods or enjoying a day boating, Ashley shares her knowledge and experience with the hopes of getting others out doing the same! Ashley is driven by bringing people together over outdoor experiences and encouraging them to interact with their environment in new and positive ways. Fishing on the Olympic Peninsula allows Ashley to share elements of her Indigenous heritage and her passion with fellow anglers and join in their successes on the water. Ashley is currently a doctoral student at the University of California-Davis, where she seeks to broaden her knowledge of environmental and indigenous history so that she can support efforts to restore Pacific Northwest fisheries.  Read More

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