Drift Boat Features Gallery

A Visual Walkthrough Of The Kingfisher

No Detail Is Overlooked

Since 2017, we've put countless hours into sourcing the best material and designing a drift boat that can handle the rockiest rivers. From the easy access storage to the open layout, every feature on the Kingfisher Skiff was created from 25 years of guiding experience.

Loaded With Gear »

See the storage options and components loaded with gear for context.

On The River »

Join us for a day floating down the Watauga River in East Tennessee.

Drift Boat Trailer »

We teamed up with Wesco Trailers to craft a completely custom trailer.

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wet fly swing podcast

Listen To Our Episode on the Wet Fly Swing Podcast

Join Brownie and Wet Fly Swing Host, Dave, as they chat about our history guiding on the Watauga River, starting the Watagua River Lodge, and ...
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Different Types of Drift Boat Anchors

Choosing The Right Drift Boat Anchor

Drift boats navigate many types of waterways, so anchors are not one-size-fits-all; they come in various types, each with its own advantages and disadvantages. Let's ...
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How long does it take to build a drift boat?

How long does it take to build a drift boat?

As seasoned boat builders, we understand that crafting a drift boat is not merely a construction project—it's a labor of love, a symphony of skill ...
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Why are drift boats curved

Why are drift boats curved?

You probably remember the first time you saw a drift boat. We sure do. That sleek, curved profile gliding effortlessly down the river, turning on ...
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