New Boat!

Last Friday, Sage and I drove the 11 hour round trip to
Helena, Montana to pick up my new Adipose driftboat. As
many of you know, for years I have used a raft to float the
local rivers. And while the raft treated me and my clients
great, and allowed us sneak down skinny water and stop
almost anywhere fish were to be found, I finally gave in to
temptation and pulled the trigger on a shinny new drift boat.

The Adipose skiffs are built by fisherman for fisherman;
looking at the design and layout, this couldn’t be clearer. The
boat has lots of room for storage, a walk-around interior and
removable casting braces. Before towing the boat back to
Jackson, I let Sage get in and check it out; making sure she
approved before taking off with it.

All in all, I’m really happy with it and can’t wait to get it on
the water next season! Enjoy a few pictures…

Sage in the new boat

View from back

front view of boat

teton fly fishing's adipose skiff

Fishing the Snake from a fisherman’s perspective

Thomas and his girlfriend fished the Snake with me in August as part of their Wyoming, Montana fishing road trip. While floating, Thomas filmed some cool footage from his perspective and was nice enough to send it to me. Check it out. Thanks Thomas!