The Mountain Life Drift

By Stio Mountain on

Through the heat of the summer, mountain life lovers flock to the water for epic adventures and everyday escapes. For fly fishers in mountain towns, a river, stream or lake provides the ultimate sanctuary to connect with nature in a meaningful way. Whether it's full summer days on the water pulling on the oars, backcountry hikes to remote creeks and drainages, pack trips to a high alpine lake or pre/post work dry fly fixes, the moments on the water are the ones worth living for.

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