• Cast to
    Your Dreams

    Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures

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  • Cast to
    Your Dreams

    Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures

    Contact Us
  • Cast to
    Your Dreams

    Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures

    Contact Us
  • Cast to
    Your Dreams

    Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures

    Contact Us

Hello and Welcome

From the beginning the intent of Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures was always to create a welcoming environment for women to grow in fly fishing. We’ve heard many times that our programs have helped women learn the sport as well as develop more confidence in other parts of their lives. From Back to Basics classes to Guide school we can introduce you to the next level. RWFFA can also tailor our timing and programs to your schedule and needs with private clinics or guide trips where you want to be.

We are grateful to have made so many friends over the years. The stories that flow as examples from Guide School and in our weekly newsletters tell all. Once you are ‘hooked’ it could inspire you to change your life too.  If something on our site sparks an interest, “Cast to Your Dreams”. We’ll help you land them!

Lori-Ann Murphy

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Life on the fly…..by Lori-Ann Murphy
Last week I wrote about my niece Sarah’s birthday - which is today! She was very excited to receive all the flies and fun tackle I sent her. Pictured here is a photo taken while Sarah was guiding Leigh H. Perkins back in 2003. I can hear the laughter! This is a great timepiece because Jen Jen is also pictured with Kiki Galvin holding a 21-inch brown caught on the Henry’s Fork during her RWFFA Guide School course. Both of these guide school graduates have gone on to do amazing things in fisheries and guiding allowing me to feel like a puffed-up bird, so proud.

As I digest the fact that this is truly 2021, it’s fun to look back on our years at RWFFA. It helps me plan ahead as I think about all the friends we have made along our journey and the new friends we will meet on future fly fishing adventures. It’s also a time for me to look at what “women only” fly fishing trips have become. It was a bold move and not understood by many way back in 1994. All we knew was that when a group of women got together with the full intention of participating in the fly fishing world, a very special fun time ensued. And I’ve said it so many times, but loving the “common denominator” that fly fishing brings to our lives has brought women together that might not normally hang out. I know many of you would agree with me, that these women fly fishing friends that are in your circle now is because of a shared love for our natural world - with bugs, fishes and majestic waters. There is also the shared love for fine fishing tackle and collecting gifts of flies and cute, yet efficient, outfits!

When I was guiding in Jackson, other guides noticed my clientele. They noticed the fun. Next thing I knew I had some of the very best guys asking to work with Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures. Many people say women are easier to teach fly fishing because we listen. I have never bought into that one - I have seen several stubborn women find it their way, and I would include myself with this bunch. But I will say that women tend to be respectful of others fishing and a natural cheerleading session is more the common thread. We have groups of professional fly fishing women leading groups of women fly fishers all over the world now! The expansive cast we have made has brought more people together and saved not only the places we play but our hearts are filled with joy in the process. Now that’s a great way to start our fishing year! I look forward to seeing you on the water. L-A
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Life on the fly…..by Lori-Ann Murphy
Last week I wrote about my niece Sarah’s birthday - which is today! She was very excited to receive all the flies and fun tackle I sent her. Pictured here is a photo taken while Sarah was guiding Leigh H. Perkins back in 2003. I can hear the laughter! This is a great timepiece because Jen Jen is also pictured with Kiki Galvin holding a 21-inch brown caught on the Henry’s Fork during her RWFFA Guide School course. Both of these guide school graduates have gone on to do amazing things in fisheries and guiding allowing me to feel like a puffed-up bird, so proud. 

As I digest the fact that this is truly 2021, it’s fun to look back on our years at RWFFA. It helps me plan ahead as I think about all the friends we have made along our journey and the new friends we will meet on future fly fishing adventures. It’s also a time for me to look at what “women only” fly fishing trips have become. It was a bold move and not understood by many way back in 1994. All we knew was that when a group of women got together with the full intention of participating in the fly fishing world, a very special fun time ensued. And I’ve said it so many times, but loving the “common denominator” that fly fishing brings to our lives has brought women together that might not normally hang out. I know many of you would agree with me, that these women fly fishing friends that are in your circle now is because of a shared love for our natural world - with bugs, fishes and majestic waters. There is also the shared love for fine fishing tackle and collecting gifts of flies and cute, yet efficient, outfits! 

When I was guiding in Jackson, other guides noticed my clientele. They noticed the fun. Next thing I knew I had some of the very best guys asking to work with Reel Women Fly Fishing Adventures. Many people say women are easier to teach fly fishing because we listen. I have never bought into that one - I have seen several stubborn women find it their way, and I would include myself with this bunch. But I will say that women tend to be respectful of others fishing and a natural cheerleading session is more the common thread. We have groups of professional fly fishing women leading groups of women fly fishers all over the world now! The expansive cast we have made has brought more people together and saved not only the places we play but our hearts are filled with joy in the process. Now that’s a great way to start our fishing year! I look forward to seeing you on the water. L-A

Our summer 2021 and 2022 trips are filling up fast! What are your goals this year? reelwomenflyfishing.com/trips/
Cast to Your Dreams by reserving your spot before it's gone!
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Our summer 2021 and 2022 trips are filling up fast! What are your goals this year? https://reelwomenflyfishing.com/trips/
Cast to Your Dreams by reserving your spot before its gone!

Dave caught this beauty on our Yellowstone couples trip last year. We'll be doing it again September 25-30, 2021, come and join us! reelwomenflyfishing.com/couples-yellowstone-river-trip/ ... See MoreSee Less

Dave caught this beauty on our Yellowstone couples trip last year. Well be doing it again September 25-30, 2021, come and join us! https://reelwomenflyfishing.com/couples-yellowstone-river-trip/


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Where will you be this summer? Join us at this beautiful lodge for some amazing Yellowstone River flyfishing in September 2021. https://reelwomenflyfishing.com/ #womensoutdoornews #momsofangling #betheadventuress #whatgetsyouputdoors #adventure #reelwomenflyfishing #montana #montanaliving #yellowstoneriver
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Dave caught this beauty on our Yellowstone couples trip last year. We'll be doing it again September 25-30, 2021, come and join us! https://reelwomenflyfishing.com/couples-yellowstone-river-trip/ #reelwomenflyfishing #yellowstone #flyfishing #getlost #americanmuseumofflyfishing ...

We are excited about summer 2021! One of our new trips includes a night of glamping on the Snake River, leaving you relaxed and refreshed! After those two days of fishing we move to Jackson Hole to fish in the Bridger Teton National Foreat and Grand Teton National Park. Four days of trout fishing and a lifetime of memories! https://reelwomenflyfishing.com/the-snake-river-id-and-jackson-hole-wy/ #reelwomenflyfishing #travel #jacksonhole #womenwhoflyfish #girlswhoflyfish #adventure #getlost ...

Tarpon Quest
May 15-22, 2021 or May 14-20, 2022
Stable conditions and a sea full of poons! Our resident tarpon live around Ambergris Caye all year, but then in May the migratory tarpon come in and stay until about mid October. It’s seems like all the tarpon get excited with a full house. A great time to up your chances for landing this magnificent creature. This is the pinnacle for many fly anglers and a great time to make it happen. $3,295 Single Occupancy or $2,999 Double Occupancy

Resident Tarpon range from 20-60 lbs and the migratory tarpon usually average up to 120 lbs but we’ve seen some larger fish come through. These ‘big girls’ are an amazing pursuit and something folks plan their travel around each year. We’re excited to host a ladies event in Belize; it will be a fun time showing the world how the ladies can land the big ones. Of course Permit, Bonefish and more also await! #reelwomenflyfishing #flyfishing #saltlife #girlswhoflyfish #fishitwell
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Another great video from our friends at Two Rivers Fishing Company. We are excited to be onThe Green River with them this summer..... come join us!! #reelwomenflyfishing #tworiversco #greenriver #wyoming #flyfishing #fishitwell #womenwhoflyfish #girlswhofish ...