Meet Our Team Of Women
A fifth-generation Pacific Northwesterner and fourth-generation fly angler, I grew up waist-deep in the cold, swift waters of Cascade Mountain creeks. It’s telling that my earliest fly fishing memories are not of fish caught, but of encounters with silent, watchful beavers and nests of frenetic American dipper hatchlings, of hands stained by riverside snacks of wild blackberries and thimbleberries, of tracing the lazy descent of sun-lit cottonwood leaves, and of the unyielding rush of water against my hole-in-the-knee blue jeans. For me, fly fishing is a window into a wilder, simpler world where I’m just a guest, an observer. I’m grateful for every opportunity I get to visit. Introducing others, particularly women and children, to that world has brought me great joy over the last several years.
Lone star state and born world traveling fly fisher with a passion for bringing new women into the sport. When not guiding and working with other lady anglers Jenn is a CT and PA Assistant.
I picked up fly fishing because I was in need for community. I needed an outlet from my day to day, and was hoping to make some friends along the way. What I found was exactly that, and so much more. I had no idea that fly fishing would make such a good impression on me. I’ve made friends for life and found something that I’m now extremely passionate about. For me, fly fishing is about the people I get to share time with and all the beautiful scenery that it exposes me to.