Coming at you with a photo from this fall and a reminder to try some new water this fall and winter. Here we’re exploring a wadeable small creek in AK which gave up a few big ‘bows. #Madefortheriver
Rainbows, dollies, steelhead, silvers. AK trip 2015 was good to us. Here are some photos from the trip…
Some Alaska grayling action from last fall. Grayling may be small, but they sure are fun.
Short video of some #AK Grayling action.
Posted by Dryft on Thursday, May 7, 2015
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Alaska treated us well earlier this month.
Review of the DRYFT Primo Wading Jacket
As the owner of Chugach Backcountry Fishing in Alaska I’ve spent many days in the rain feeling damp and soggy after a couple of hours in “100% GoreTex” products. It didn’t seem to matter which high-performance brand I wore-I always found that eventually my coat and I became saturated-the S14 Wading Coat changed that.
As with my Dryft waders, the S14 Jacket not only fits well, looks great, sports a lightweight feel, and is comfortable for rowing in but it is absolutely the best waterproof coat I’ve used. As a testimate to my belief in this product, within one week I outfitted my entire guiding staff and my family in it.
It is the small details of any product that can make it a favorite for everyday use-that’s where in-field product testing makes all the difference. Dryft did their homework on this one. I am 100% comfortable leaving cash and my I phone in waterproof sealed pockets, the soft liner on the high neck and in the pockets of the jacket are perfect for cooler temp days, and the peripheral vision I have when the hood is deployed are qualities that every jacket should offer.
If you want to stay dry on the fly, the Dryft PRIMO is for you.