Idaho Salmon, a new documentary, produced by Aaron Kunz at Idaho Public Television for Outdoor Idaho in association with EarthFix, explores the history of salmon in Idaho and looks to its future survival.
Watch On Television
Idaho Salmon, will premiere on Idaho Public Television’s Outdoor Idaho. The show will air later this year on KCTS 9 and Oregon Public Broadcasting:
Here’s the full-length feature:
Web exclusive excerpts from Aaron Kunz’s interview with Judge James Redden
The EarthFix team has been covering salmon in the Northwest from a variety of perspectives. Check out some of the stories here.
(Listen to Aaron Kunz’s radio report on Lonesome Larry’s legacy. It’s also the story of Idaho sockeye at the brink of extinction - and back.)
Behind The Stories
“You never know how a show will look when you get started. For us, that starting point was about a year ago. But I can tell you this show on salmon was an adventure from day one. It took us to Redfish Lake in central Idaho for several weeks to capture sockeye salmon in their natural environment. We spent a few days last fall shooting a couple large chinook salmon from three different angles while the fish prepared to spawn in Marsh Creek…”
Click here to read Aaron Kunz’s full account of what it took to produce Idaho’s Salmon. It’s on the Outdoor Idaho home page.
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