Meet the Team at Epic Angling & Adventure

Our Staff

  • Don Mutert

    Don Mutert


    After working with EPIC A&A since 2018, Don took over the entire business in 2023! He grew up in IL but moved to Bozeman, MT in 2015 to pursue a degree in Film and Photography. Most likely it was because he has a passion for the outdoors, fly fishing and bow hunting! Being a fly fishing guide was always in his blood – his uncle guided for 10+ years on the Alaska Peninsula & the remote Russian Kamchatka Peninsula. Don is a Wilderness First Responder and U.S. Coast Guard licensed.

  • Shannon Mutert

    Customer Support

    Don’s sister, Shannon, is also originally from IL, but moved to WI to attend UWP, graduating with a Bachelor of Business Admin/Marketing in 2020. Still living in southwest WI, she gets to fly fish the small, clear streams of the Driftless area where the Brown and Brook trout are plentiful!

  • Peter Sclafani

    Peter Sclafani (“Junebug”)

    Guide, 2024

    Peter grew up in Louisiana chasing speckled trout and redfish on the Gulf Coast, then moved to Bozeman, MT in 2017 to pursue trout in the numerous area rivers. When not fishing, hunting, skiing or climbing, he works as a carpenter building timber frame homes throughout MT. Peter first worked with us in 2021, and we’re glad to have him back for his third season.

  • Harding Brown

    GUIDE, 2024

    Spending most of his youth on a small farm in Ohio, Harding was itching to see what the rest of the world had to offer. In the summer of 2021, he cut his teeth as a bear-viewing guide working for a lodge in Iliamna, Alaska. Falling in love with the untamed wilderness, he’s been returning to the far north equipped with a camera & fly rod every year since. During the off-season, you’ll find him starting colts for a variety of ranches and horse trainers out west. Harding joined our team guiding in 2023 at Safari camp. This year he will be at both OUTPOST & SAFARI camp! Harding recently completed his Wilderness First Aid certification and is U.S Coast Guard licensed. View Harding’s photos here: 

  • Boyd Boylan

    Camp helper, Apprentice Guide 2024

    Growing up in Montana, Boyd was grounded in the rewarding qualities of being an outdoorsman, thanks to his father who had worked as a hunting and fishing guide throughout the West. While working on ranches in Colorado and Wyoming with his family, Boyd would find that the best way to spend spare time was taking expeditions into the wilderness to chase down big trout or hunt elk. In between work, he spends his time at UW studying engineering. 


    Guide, 2024

    Marcus is a native of Montana, deeply ingrained in its outdoor lifestyle from the outset. During his leisure hours, Marcus can often be found navigating the pristine trout streams or traversing the rugged terrain of the mountains in pursuit of big game during hunting seasons. Marcus pursued his higher education at Montana Tech, where he attained a bachelor’s degree in Occupational Safety & Health/Industrial Hygiene. It was during his college years that Marcus embarked on his career as a fishing guide, a role he has expertly fulfilled for the past eight years in Montana. Beyond his guiding endeavors, Marcus also thrives in the realm of construction, serving as a General Contractor Superintendent.

  • Griffin Korby

    GUIDE, 2024

    Born and raised amidst the lush landscapes of Washington state, Griffin inherited a deep love for the outdoors and a passion for fishing from an early age. Growing up, he spent countless hours fishing for salmon and competing in bass fishing tournaments across the picturesque waters of Washington. Griffin gained valuable experience as a deckhand in Bristol Bay and Chignik Bay, Alaska, where he caught lingcod, halibut, chinook, and sockeye. He also has commercial prawning experience in the San Juan Islands. Almost four years ago, Griffin embarked on a new chapter in Montana, where he found himself immersed in the serene beauty of the Rocky Mountains. It was there that Griffin fell in love with the art of fly fishing.

  • Charles Ames

    Chef, 2024

    Charley was born and raised in Montana. Spending most of his summers in Big Timber  MT exploring the vastness and beauty of the Crazies Mountain Range and Boulder river he established a true appreciation for all things wild and free. If he wasn’t out exploring, he was with his grandmother Dolores. usually in the kitchen helping her with whatever she was working on. Dolores loved to nurture through her cooking. She instilled those values upon her favorite grandson. It’s no surprise Charley has since spent his life and career doing the same. Over two decades in the hospitality industry has allowed him to develop a unique style; rooted in care and love, driven by traditional European techniques. He’s spent time in lots of Montana’s finest restaurants while also curating private events of all shapes and sizes.

Employment Opportunities

If you think you have what it takes to work in a rugged, remote and unforgiving environment that will challenge you both physically and mentally, please contact us about potential staff openings.

Everybody thinks they want to work in Alaska, but the work is NOT for everybody. Our work is perpetual and strenuous and is anything but your “great Alaskan vacation.” We need professional, hard working, serious, team oriented (no ego-maniacs), non-alcoholic and drug free people with a passion for fishing, the outdoors and hospitality.

Email all inquiries and resumes to [email protected].