Dillon is the Associate Director for Yellow Dog Community and Conservation Foundation. Raised in the little town of Gardiner, Montana at the North entrance to Yellowstone National Park, fly fishing has always been a part of his identity. He grew up fishing the Firehole and Yellowstone rivers under the mentorship of both his father and mother. After graduating college with a degree in Economics, he worked in financial sales for two years before his love for fly fishing eventually led him to Patagonia, Argentina where he worked in a fishing lodge. But, eventually, the pull of Montana brought him home. Dillon is an avid elk hunter and is just as at home in the mountains as on the river. His passion for storytelling is seen through his writing, and he hopes to instill in people the same sense of adventure and excitement that he receives through fly fishing.