Vendor Spotlight: The Wandering Sporstman

Ray Miller has been fly fishing and wingshooting for over 30 years.   He has  been an integral part of the fly fishing community as a New York State Guide  on the Upper Delaware River, Montana Guide,  fly fishing and casting instructor to many beginning and advanced students, Ray was also the assistant to the National Fly Fishing Show Director and past president of Pennsylvania’s largest teaching fly fishing club. Ray Currently hosts international and domestic trips to such exciting locations as Chile, Argentina, Alaska, Canada, Belize, Upper Delaware River, South Andros, Bahamas, and others. Ray currently is involved in video production and photography and is presently working on a series of instructional videos on fly fishing and wingshooting, Ray is also involved in promotional videos and photography for outdoor lodges, a fly fishing documentary and a television series. Ray’s passion is fly fishing and bird hunting and he likes teaching the sports to anyone who is interested. Ray lives just outside Philadelphia, Pennsylvania with his wife Michelle, daughter Ashlee and his bird dog Remington!

Ray’s website, Riversage Outfitters specialize in personalized small group adventures to fly fishing and wingshooting destinations worldwide.  From Alaska to Argentina, we have assembled a list of trips that will be sure to please everyone in your group.  By specializing in small group destinations we can customize each trip to fit your exact needs, whether you are a solo adventurer or part a group.   We are able to do this  because of the intimate working relationship we have with each lodge or outfitter associated with our program.  We do all the work to organize your trip so you can just sit back, relax and enjoy!  There is never a charge for using our service, you pay the exact same amount amount as you would by booking direct and in some cases maybe even less!
Stop by and talk to Ray about that special fly fishing trip you always wanted to take!

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