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OUR TEAM OF EXPERTS

Keith O’Toole


Keith O’Toole is the Director of Operations at JD High Country Outfitters, managing the operations of both our Town Square store as well as our Pepi Stiegler’s Sports Store in Teton Village.

Keith hails from the East Coast, growing up in New York and Florida, where he was an avid angler and skier. After graduating from University of Central Florida, Keith moved to Sun Valley, ID, and began working in and eventually managing outdoor sporting goods stores for the Sun Valley Company. Keith took his angling skills and translated them to fly fishing and he moved to Jackson in 2009, and began working in the Pepi Stiegler Sports store. He became Director of Operations in 2014, and has become an avid bowhunter.

Today, Keith lives in Victor, ID and fishes and hunts in Eastern Idaho. His most recent project has been building the first archery pro shop in Jackson.

Kris Walker


Kris is our Outfitting Manager, a position he’s been preparing for, for over a decade.

Kris came to Jackson Hole in 2005 and has guided visitors and residents in a wide variety of experiences and adventures ever since. He’s guided snowmobile tours for 10 years.

He’s been a wildlife tour guide in Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks over a six year period.

He was a whitewater guide in Snake River Canyon for 3 years.

Each experience has taught him the importance of matching the experience to the unique needs of his guests, learning he uses to match the ideal outdoor experience and guide to our guests. Come in, talk to Kris and you’ll be connected with an outdoor experience ideally matched to your interests and capabilities.

In Kris’s spare time, he’s followed his passions for fly fishing, fly tying, hunting, camping, backpacking and archery and doting on his wife and two children

Maggie Heumann


Maggie has been with the company since 2009. A native of Alabama, Maggie fell in love (as we all do) with the Jackson area as a kid when vacationing during the summers at Moose Head Ranch.

An early love of fly-fishing led her to pursue a degree in Entomology and Poultry Science from Auburn University, making her our resident bug and hackle expert. She is currently finishing up her Master’s Degree in Entomology. After spending all of her college summers here and a few years in Colorado at grad school, Maggie finally made the permanent move to Jackson.

Maggie is also an avid downhill and cross country skier and hunter ,as well as hiker, backpacker and paddleboarder in the summers.

She now resides in Victor, Idaho with her husband, Hunter, and their dogs Bug & Missy.

Randolph Doffermyre


A graduate of the University of Virginia, Randolph received a degree in history with a focus on water rights and Native American studies in the Western United States. A lifelong angler and avid outdoorsman, Randolph moved to Jackson Hole immediately after college and began guiding clients down the Snake River. After several years of guiding in the valley, Randolph took a position with a local outdoor retailer that focused on properly outfitting clients with the best gear for their trips to Jackson Hole and around the world. His passion for fishing, hunting and skiing, and his knowledge and appreciation of quality outdoor gear led him to JD High Country Outfitters in 2014.

In the summertime, you will likely find Randolph in the fishing department, sharing his love and passion for the outdoors with locals and visitors to the shop. As winter storms blanket the Teton in snow, Randolph takes his enthusiasm for the mountains to JD High Country Outfitters’ ski shop Pepi Stiegler Sports at the base of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, where has skied for the last 15 years. When he’s not in the shop, you are sure to find Randolph on the slopes or streams with his wife Kathleen and their two dogs, Gill and Greta

Rob Parkins


Rob buys the hard goods for the store after retiring from the printing business back east. He moved west with the goal of making a living in the fly fishing business. So far, so good.

Rob’s career in the outdoor industry has taken many turns. In addition to his work at JD High Country Outfitters, Rob is also a commercial fly tyer/designer with Montana Fly Company and serves on the Board of the American Fly Fishing Trade Association. He enjoys advising customers on matching gear with their needs and notes that the best gear for a specific customer’s needs isn’t always the most expensive.

He enjoys working in Jackson, and living in Victor, ID with his wife, Pam, and his two Labradors, Shang and York.

When he’s not buying gear, tying flies and advising customers on how to get the most from their gear, you can usually find him fishing, chasing elk with his bow, and practicing casts with a spey rod.

Scott Sanchez


Scott started fly fishing and fly tying at the age of 12. He has worked in the fly fishing industry for over twenty years. This includes being fishing manager at Jack Dennis Sports, wholesale manager at Dan Bailey's, tying flies commercially, fly consulting work for Dan Bailey's, working at the Austin Angler, being the first Texas sales representative for Scott Fly Rods and is now the manager of JD High Country Outfitters.

Scott is a member of the Scott Rods Pro Staff and Whiting Hackle Pro Staff. Scott has written articles and sold photos to American and Japanese publications, and his photos have won regional and national awards. He writes the fly tying column for American Angler. He wrote the first beginner saltwater fly tying book, Introduction to Salt water Fly Tying and A New Generation of Trout Flies. His book The Never Ending Stream is about the tiers and flies that have influenced him. It uses his artistic photos of the flies, drawings and writings to tell the history of flies and fly tying.

In 1994, he received Peter Crosby Memorial Sportsmanship Award from the Jackson Hole One Fly. In 2007, he received the Arnold Gingrich Lifetime Achievement Award for literature from the Federation of Fly Fishers and in 2010 he was the recipient of the Buz Busek award for his contributions to the world of fly tying. In 2014 Scott won the first FFF Iron Fly Contest. Scott has been the featured guide on a number of national TV programs. He is considered one of the most innovative fly tyers in the world. During the annual Jackson Hole One Fly he is in high demand for his flies that have fooled and lasted over a hundred fish.

He has thirty years of experience fishing the Greater Yellowstone area. He has fly fished for numerous species in Wyoming, Montana, Idaho, California, Colorado, Utah, New Mexico, Florida, Missouri, Tennessee, Texas, California, the Virgin Islands, Hawaii, Brazil, Belize, and France.

Besides fly fishing and fly tying, Scott is kind of the renaissance man of the outdoors. He mountain bikes, road bikes, nordic skis, alpine skis, trail runs, hikes and camps. Athletic accomplishments include lettering in track at the University of Utah, making it to Category 2 level in cycling and a 2:37 marathon. Hunting and shooting are also passions with both firearms and archery use. He owns and shoots compound bows, recurves, longbows and has built a few hickory longbows.