FlyandFlow is about connecting and encouraging more women to get on the water and tap into fly fishing. FlyandFlow connects all levels of female anglers through various fly fishing destinations around the world. The journey is just as important as the the fish we find.

​​No Bananas On The Boat.


While I grew up with a familiarity of fly fishing for striped bass from my father, it wasn’t until 2009 that I first picked up a fly rod. My first fish on the fly was a bonefish in beautiful Bahamas. I still remember it like it was yesterday. The immense frustration of not being able to spot the grey ghosts or reach them with my beginner’s cast finally broke. I laid into my first bonefish and never looked back. That trip ignited something in me that I carried home. From then on, my summer mornings were spent waking up before sunrise to chase stripers. I quickly figured out that being surrounded by a striper blitz was one of my favorite things in life and still is to this day. Fly fishing has since become a lifelong passion. I now dream of chasing Golden Dorado in South America -and my fly fishing destination bucket list goes off the page. 

My father played a very impactul role in my fly fishing journey.  I remember watching him as a kid effortlessly bomb out a cast and the pure joy on his face when he would hook into a striper.  His passion for fly fishing was contagious.

My fly fishing pursuit has lead me all around the world, even to Montana to attend guide school. I crave any opportunity to get on the water and share this passion with others, specifically women. Women are key to the future of the fly fishing industry. More women are finding the beauty behind fly fishing as well as the thrill of the bite. We’re seeing more women on the water gravitating towards many different roles in the industry: conservationists, guides, entrepreneurs, artists, and industry leaders. While women’s involvement is increasing in numbers, opportunity is still essential for further growth.  ​​

I often reflect on my fly fishing journey as an angler and what I’ve discovered about myself beyond my love for fly fishing and landing “the one.” I’m driven by the unknown, optimism, and ultimately self awareness and discovery. Fishing is so much more than just catching. Through FlyandFlow, it is my goal to encourage more women to come together on the water. Tight lines~