Water Without the Weight: Staying Hydrated

Water without the weight. Photo by Louis Cahill

Kent Klewein over at Gink and Gasoline talks about the advantages of using a Katadyn water filtration bottle over lugging water in to a remote fishing destination.

Kent says, “I really enjoy hiking into remote locations to fly fish for trout. The only problem with me doing this, is I’m constantly fighting to quench my thirst and stay hydrated.”  He goes on to ad that with using a filter bottle instead of packing in his own water that he, “no longer has to ration my water intake during the day”.

Check out the the other reasons fishing guide Kent Klewein recommends using a personal water filter bottle.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_JZ7DA7HWG5NC4EFS537LYGJODM Ted Racine

    I did this on a hike into Slough Creek in the NE corner of Yellowstone.  I ran through my water quickly on that medium hike and just used my filter to refill.  It’s a major advantage not to have to lug all that water or to run out as long as you hike next to the river or close to one.