Born and raised in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, Quincy has spent her life walking or rowing rivers in the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Quincy has lived in the beautiful tri-state areas of Wyoming, Montana, and Idaho. Quincy was exposed to the world of fishing at an early age, which has since created a lifelong problem, guiding. Through guiding over the past 13 years, Quincy has realized that conservation is paramount to her chosen profession. Quincy’s work with non-profits in the valley spans from Trout Unlimited to Teton Regional Land Trust; she now works with Friends of the Teton River as the Outreach Coordinator when not guiding. Quincy’s guiding spans both the North and South American continents, she excels at casting and landing instructions and looks forward to everyday on the river as an educational outing from the entomology to the flora and fauna. Come spend a day or an overnight with Quincy and experience the wonders of fishing.
Quincy lives at the bottom of Pine Creek Pass with her husband and two bird dogs. When not on the river working, Quincy can be found on many rivers of the west, fishing and bird hunting.