Fishing Tales Told Here... Some True

Notellum Creek to the South Fork of the Nunya, fishing spots are among the most carefully guarded secrets on the water. If you’ve had your eye on a certain alpine lake brimming with cutthroat or that particular riffle full of sippers that you can't quite reach from shore, all it takes is a packraft to get there (and a few lies to the crew at the pub once you're back).

Reviews From The Pros

I chose the Rogue-Lite from the Adventure series as it fits well with my current minimalist/ultralight hiking lifestyle.

This raft is perfect for backpacking as it is their second lightest packraft and capable for lakes and moving water, and I want to work my way into traveling down streams.


For me, the best part about the Rogue is that it allows me access to places that would otherwise be inaccessible. The Rogue Spraydeck portability, ultra light weight and ease of use had me reaching for it again and again; pushing my limits just a little further each time I took them out.

I can honestly say that there’s really no reason that I found not to bring it with me anywhere there is water.


There's many types of envy you experience in the outdoors from admiring someones adventure mobile to the size of their climbing rack but none of it quite compares to the look you receive when others see you experiencing a high alpine lake in a packraft while they watch from the shoreline.

The Rogue-Lite has allowed me to take a floating vessel to places no canoe or kayak could ever even imagine going.


I’ve taken the Rogue Spraydeck out on rivers, oceans and lakes all over the world. It’s become my favorite tool for photography, allowing me to get to new places I couldn’t get before.

It’s rugged, stable and comfortable. I can’t wait to get this raft out on my next adventure.


Listen to the River

Six friends set out into Montana’s legendary Bob Marshall wilderness to float and fly fish the pristine South Fork of the Flathead River. The float out is cut short when nearby wildfires begin to rage toward them. The team is forced to evacuate – hiking thirty miles in a day over a seldom traveled 8,000 foot pass to escape the wildfire.