The Pass Creek film was produced by Dick Snider and Hal Riney, advertising executives and avid fishermen, in conjunction with the North Umpqua Steamboaters. The film was widely distributed and viewed in Oregon and throughout the United States through the 1970s and was influential in changing logging practices in the Northwest.

The Native Fish Society had the good fortune of showing this film at our 2012 River Steward Retreat on the N. Umpqua River. River legend Frank Moore as well as Forest Service Fish Biologists, Jeff Dose, Ron McMullen and Bob Nichols were on hand to discuss the impact the film made changing logging practices in the Northwest and across the country.

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