Recently we heard rumors of some half man half wolf beast terrorizing fish with a fly rod up on the Kenai. We investigated and this is what we found… Oh, the horror.
When fall first hits, before the big rains, the rivers drop low and salmon move their way into the upper reaches. Bull trout follow, and so do we. While getting ready to do the real business of the season, they certainly aren’t past cozying up behind spawning salmon and smacking a big bunny fly or […]
An Oregon metal fishing expedition video, Spring 2016. Oregon Metal – DRYFT in PDX from DRYFT on Vimeo.
Chances are if you’ve spent a good deal of time in waders you’ve struggled a bit dialing in the fit to get all day comfort from your waders. There are a few reasons why selecting the best fitting wader for your body size, and then dialing in the straps just right, is a best practice. […]
With a last hurrah spring steelhead is going out with a bang. We saw some great fish this winter and spring, but are looking forward to trout, bass, and other warmwater exploits soon. Stay tuned for product updates soon, along with some new shirt and hat designs for summer. -Nick Aloha
Winter steelhead season is in full swing in the PNW, and even though Puget Sound rivers are closed down across Washington state now the opportunities continue throughout the area. From BC to California, March and April hold promise for big hard fighting winter steelhead. Steelhead season has already been pretty good to us here. A […]
Forecast looks like chrome. #steelhead #ReleasetheKraken #Madefortheriver #DRYFTculture Posted by Dryft on Tuesday, January 12, 2016
DRYFT in PDXDRYFT in PDX // #DRYFTculture #Madefortheriver Posted by Dryft on Thursday, November 19, 2015
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
Slippery SurpriseSlippery Surprise // #Madefortheriver #DRYFTculture Posted by Dryft on Wednesday, September 2, 2015