Couples Fishing and Cultural Trip to Calgary, AB

Learn More Join Orvis for an unforgettable fly-fishing and cultural trip to Calgary in Alberta, Canada with Out Fly Fishing. Guests will stay at the Delta Hotel, right in town and just minutes from Blue Ribbon fishing on the Bow River. Because of the wide range of waters, species and fishing tactics in this region, guides can easily accommodate every interest and skill level. The long summer days allow shops and restaurants to stay open late, so after fishing each day, guests can enjoy shopping and dining in town. A group dinner in the famed Calgary Tower will kick off the trip, and a cocktail party at the fly shop will conclude the week. And finally, a visit to the area wouldn’t be complete without a tour of Banff National Park: our guests will enjoy a day sightseeing in the park with a personal tour guide. There’s something for everyone on this couples’ trip! $2399 per person based on double occupancy Please bring: Appropriate clothing for all activities and polarized sunglasses. Waders, boots, rod outfit, and personal gear are recommended. (Limited gear is available through the fly shop.) Call Out Fly Fishing directly at (403) 278-6331 for questions or to book! You can also inquire via email at

Ladies Day – Bellevue, WA

Ladies Day with Seminars & Instruction, Food & Refreshments, Wader Fitting, and H3 Casting Ladies Casting Event: 9am With Molly Semenik Join FFF Certified Master Casting Instructor, guide, and angler Molly Semenik for a morning casting lesson. During this course Molly will be covering a variety of techniques and skills that are applicable to anglers of all levels. Space is limited so call us at (425) 452-9138 to sign up today! All equipment provided. Cost: $30 Free Seminars: Womens Entomology and Fly Selection: 10:30am With Molly Semenik Knowing what types of insects are in the water and the best way to imitate them is a big part of being successful on the water. Join experienced guide and fly fishing instructor, Molly Semenik, for a presentation on how to best identify a variety of insects and match your fly selection accordingly. This is a free seminar and no registration is required. Washington Outdoor Women’s Presentation – Wilderness Survival Skills: 12pm With Washington Outdoor Women (WOW) Washington Outdoor Women is a great organization that connects women and girls to the outdoors. WOW Executive Director, Jen Syrowytz, will be putting on a great presentation on wilderness survival. During this class you will learn techniques for short-term wilderness survival including wilderness awareness, mental and physical preparedness, shelter building, fire starting, and water purification. Update your “10 Essentials” and your mind set. This is a free seminar and no registration is required. Ladies Fly Fishing Day Trips: 1:30pm With Barb Hartman & Jason Cotta With so many options in our area it is hard to narrow down where to fish! Join Barb Hartman and Jason Cotta as they go over a few different day trip options near Seattle. Barb and Jason will be covering access on a variety of waters as well as going over fly selection and presentation. This is a free seminar and no registration is required.   Event held at Orvis retail store in Bellevue, Washington.

Paradise on the Fly Women’s Fly Fishing Trip –…

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Recharge your soul on a women’s fly-fishing trip in beautiful Belize—a tropical paradise and land of diverse ecosystems and natural abundance. Whether you are new to fly fishing or you are on a quest for the coveted saltwater Grand Slam, you’ll enjoy three days of saltwater fishing in the camaraderie of other women who share your same passion. This trip is open to anglers of all abilities. You’ll learn tips and techniques for flats fishing in a fun and supportive environment with your Orvis host, an IFFF certified casting instructor and local, expert guides who have lived and fished on these extensive flats for years. The shallow turtle-grass and sand flats offer a tremendous population of bonefish. You’ll rejoice at the sound of your reel screaming as you land your first ghost of the flats. Belize also boasts a world-class permit fishery and year-round sight-casting for tarpon.
Serenity awaits you at our luxurious, beachfront lodge on the island of Ambergris Caye. El Pescador Lodge sits on the water’s edge and offers well-appointed accommodations, three swimming pools and a large deck perfect for relaxing and swapping stories at the end of the day.
Trip Length: 4 nights, 3 days of guided fishing What’s Included:  • Each angling package includes a Helios 3D saltwater fly rod, Hydros SL reel and Orvis flyline ($1200+ value) • 4 nights lodging in an air-conditioned, en suite room in the main lodge* • 3 days of guided fishing from flats boats (2 anglers per boat is standard)** • Expert advice and support from El Pescador’s fishing director • An Orvis Trip Leader will be on site to help you maximize your success • All meals at the lodge and boat lunches • Beverages, including local Belizean beer and rum at bar • Complimentary use of all amenities (pool, kayaks, bikes, Wi-Fi) • Local air and transfers between Belize City and El Pescador Lodge • Local sales and hotel taxes *Guests traveling alone or requesting a private room must pay the private room supplement ($300). **Private boats can be requested for an additional $900. Single anglers are not charged the private boat supplement as long as they are willing to share a guide with another single angler. Offer only valid on this Orvis Adventures special group departure.

Orvis and DUN Magazine Trip – Patagonia, Argentina

Request More Info Orvis has teamed up with DUN Magazine to create a unique and exciting fishing experience. Our goal of parity for men and women in the sport of fly fishing inspired this trip—where both women and men will feel welcome and have the trip of a lifetime. We think there’s no better place than Patagonia to celebrate the fun and thrill of fly fishing. You’ll feel right at home at Rio Manso Lodge enjoying gourmet meals and exploring miles of pristine trout waters. Join your Orvis host, alongside Jen Ripple, Editor of DUN Magazine, and immerse yourself in the comradery and connection to nature that make fly fishing such a great and inclusive sport. Trip Highlights: ★ FISH FOR BIG TROUT in miles of remote rivers and lakes that see very little fishing pressure ★ ENJOY A SPECTACULAR PATAGONIAN LOCATION, nestled in Nahuel Huapi National Park in the midst of pristine waters and lush forests ★ LEARN FISHING TIPS and techniques from your host Jen Ripple, Editor of DUN Magazine ★ BAVARIAN-STYLE ACCOMMODATIONS offer a comfortable retreat overlooking Lake Hess, surrounded by a forest preserve ★ INDULGE in international cuisine as well as local favorites and fine Argentinian wines ★ WINNER of the 2016 Orvis Endorsed International Destination of the Year Each angling package includes a new Helios 3 fly rod (an $849+ value) and special gift! Host: Jen Ripple, Editor of DUN Magazine Trip Length: 7 nights, 6 days of guided fishing What’s Included: • 7 nights’ accommodations in a double room • 6 days of guided fishing (2 anglers per guide) • All meals • All beverages, including local wines, soft drinks & spirits • Fishing permits • Non-angler packages include guided tours & listed non-angling activities • Transfers to and from Bariloche Airport • Laundry

Women’s Free Fly Fishing Day – Jackson, WY

Sign Up Join us for a free instructional and informative fly fishing day at Snake River Sporting Club on August 4th, 2018. From 11 am to 4pm choose from Fly Casting, Knot Tying and Rod Rigging, Fly selection/Entomology and Drift Boat/Raft set up and trailer tips from instructors and seasoned experts. At 4:30pm our women’s happy hour will open for those interested in trying on and testing out the latest women’s fly fishing products from Orvis Fly Fishing, Simms Fishing Products, Costa Sunglasses, and Scott Fly Rod Company! Beverages and snacks will be provided. If you have your own equipment, please feel free to bring and use it! If not, we will have some equipment to demo and use for the fly casting educational sessions. Please bring the following: water bottle, rain jacket (just in case), sunglasses, sunscreen, hat, notebook & pen for note taking and reference. Event will be held at the Snake River Sporting Club in Jackson, Wyoming.

Women’s Wednesdays – Alpine, WY

Women’s Wednesdays Join Pioneer Anglers in Alpine, Wyoming every Wednesday starting June 13th through August 29th, (No women’s night 7/4 Holiday) for women’s Wednesdays. Take the opportunity to meet new friends, explore local waters, try the latest gear, work on casting, rigging and all things fly fishing. Each week will be something new and exciting! All Demo Gear is included. On water days make sure to bring your Wyoming Fishing License and favorite personal gear. Don’t worry, we have you covered if you need gear or forget something. Please call the shop to find out what the evening activities will include. Every week will be different!

Pikes Peak Women Angler’s San Juan Trip – Navajo…

Sign Up San Juan River Trip Wednesday – Saturday, May 3-6 Navajo Dam, New Mexico Leave Wednesday night; Return Saturday (or stay the weekend!) The San Juan River is a favorite of many anglers. The trout are generally more plentiful and larger than many other locations and you can float or wade. That doesn’t mean the fishing is easy, however! You will need to bring all of your gear (waders, flies, rod/reel, etc.) and you will choose where to fish for the weekend. A local Durango guide service, such as Fisheads, is a great option to get further information as to fly selection and suggestions of where to fish. You are on your own for lodging, but we recommend reserving a spot at Fishheads San Juan River Lodge – but it’s filling up fast! Mark your calendar and join us for this adventure! This event is hosted by Pikes Peak Women Anglers through Angler’s Covey in Colorado Springs, Colorado.

These Boots Are Made For Wading – Lake George,…

“These Boots Are Made For Wading” July 12 – July 15, 2018 July 12 • 3:00 pm – Arrive at The Broadmoor Hotel – Check-in • 7:00 pm – Private, hosted dinner at The Broadmoor’s Fish House with Scott Tarrant July 13 • 7:00 am – Hosted breakfast at Lake Terrace Dining Room • 9:00 am – Leave for The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp • 11:00 am – Arrive at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp. Introduction to property and cabin assignments • 12:00 – Hosted lunch and Welcome Gifts • Afternoon – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting, fly tying, entomology, horseback riding, self-guided hiking and wilderness photography clinic • 6:00 pm – Hosted canapés, wine tasting and cocktail hour • 7:30 pm – Hosted dinner • 9:00 pm – Fireside s’mores and after dinner social time July 14 • 7:00 am – Hosted breakfast • Morning – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting, fly tying, entomology, horseback riding, unguided hiking and wilderness photography clinic • 12:00 – Hosted lunch • Afternoon – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting clinics, tying classes, entomology, horseback riding, unguided hiking and wilderness photography clinic • 4:00 pm – Cooking demonstration and interactive culinary participation • 6:00 pm – Hosted canapés, wine tasting and cocktail hour • 7:30 pm – Hosted dinner • 9:00 pm – Fireside s’mores and after dinner social time July 15 • 7:00 am – Hosted breakfast • 11:00 am – Depart The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp • 12:30 pm – Arrive at The Broadmoor Hotel – Check-in • 1:00 pm – Hosted lunch at The Broadmoor • 2:00 pm – Free time to enjoy The Broadmoor! Spa / Tennis /Pickle ball / Golf… (Reservations required. Activities not included in package price) • Dinner “on your own” to enjoy any of our great restaurants! (Reservations recommended. $100 credit provided) July 16 • 7:00 am – 9:00 am – Hosted breakfast at Lake Terrace Dining Room • 11:00 am – Check-outs and departures Option 1: Two nights at The Broadmoor Hotel, two nights at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp in Lake George, Colorado. See above dates and details. Option 1 includes: All activities included July 12 through July 16, except for on your own activities at The Broadmoor. – $3,700.00 p.p. Option 2: Night one at The Broadmoor, two nights at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp. See above dates and details. Option 2 includes: All Fly Fishing Camp activities July 13 through July 15th 11:00am departure from The Fly Fishing Camp. Broadmoor activities not included. – $3,200.00 p.p. Option 3: Two nights stay at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp. See above dates and details. Option 3 includes activities from July 13 – 11:00 am arrival at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp through July 15 – 11:00 am departure from The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp- $2,100.00 p.p. *Nights at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp are double occupancy – all guests will share cabins. *Nights at The Broadmoor Hotel are single occupancy – guests will not need to share rooms.   We are happy to provide all fly fishing equipment! You are welcome to bring your own, but if you prefer to travel light, we will have everything you need for your time on the water!   What to pack for your Wilderness Adventure: Please remember that we are at nearly 9000’ elevation and can enjoy all 4 seasons in a single day! Packing correctly will enhance your enjoyment- • Layers! (Please avoid cotton) • Rain jacket, fully waterproof • Polarized sunglasses are absolutely essential for eye protection as well as for spotting fish • Long Johns for colder weather or shorts for warmer weather. Waders can be difficult to put on over jeans, and jeans can be uncomfortably clammy under waders. • Heavy Socks to wear under waders in any conditions • Bath Robe – some accommodations utilize the communal bath house • Shower Slippers – some accommodations utilize the communal bath house • Hat, wide-brimmed, for sun and eye protection. • Personal care items such as insect repellent, sunscreen 20+, tissues, etc… • Spare corrective eyewear, glasses, or contacts • Camera • Books and other reading materials • Compact binoculars or Starnoculars • Bandana NON-FISHING ATTIRE: The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp lodge and cabin settings are very casual and no special attire is necessary. Blue jeans, khakis, shorts, casual shirts, fishing shirts are all common. Also, we’ll remind you to drink a lot of water…even before you get thirsty. Your guide will have plenty of water available. Staying hydrated will reduce headaches caused by our high elevation and dry climate.   Please call or email Ashley Girard to register! 719-387-6671 For further questions, please contact Scott Tarrant.