Since we all know eating farmed fish is bad, why not wear them instead?
First Triple Backside Rodeo Landed
Awesome outdoor clothing manufacturer Patagonia is now making a line of wild salmon jerky. Pretty sweet. Apparently all the salmon will come from sustainable fisheries using non-gillnet methods such as tangle-tooth, dip nets, beach dragnets, and fish wheels. Having paired with Skeena Wild, the point is to move seafood industry away from counterproductive practices such as overfishing and fish farming. Read more about this on the LA Times website.
Nothing like a little Bill Dance fail action for some good ol’ sh*ts and giggles.
Here at DRYFT we take R&D seriously. Very seriously…
That’s why we took our time to properly test and evaluate this wheat beer from the Kulshan Brewery in Bellingham, Washington. The verdict? Good stuff from Bellingham’s newest brewery.
Welcome to yet another edition of the illustrious Fish Porn of the Day!
CCA, or the Coastal Conservation Association is asking Washington and Oregon to end gillnetting on certain stretches of the Columbia river. Even thought the states have closed the area below Bonneville dam to sportfishing in from May-August, commercial gillnetting is still allowed during the sport fishing closure.
“It’s a little bit of a poke in the eye for the recreational community to voluntarily give up a very popular, productive fishery for conservation and find out they are still running gillnets through there specifically targeting those same sturgeon,’’ said Bryan Irwin, executive director of the Coastal Conservation Association in the Northwest. ”
Welcome to the new online home of DRYFT. We are a startup company aimed at providing high quality, stylish, and functional technical fishing products to fishermen and women of all types.
Our Mission Statement is simple:
“To offer incredible value through the Design and Performance of our products, backed by Exceptional Customer Service. DRYFT Design+Perfomance.”
As mentioned, we will be offering technical fishing products, as well as fresh swag and soft goods.
Look for some soft goods (shirts mostly) soon, while we finish the design of our first line of technical products.