Girls On The Green Fly Fishing Retreat in Green River, USA

Jun 25 to Jun 28, 2024

Girls On The Green Fly Fishing Retreat in Green River, USA
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Join us and experience the magic of the Green- This Retreat includes, 4 days, 3 night accommodations, morning yoga, breakfast, brown bag river lunches, and nightly bbq dinner. Cocktail hour, our Match the Hatch clinic, casting client riverside dry fly clinic, and evening fire river reflections.

The Green River, flowing through the western United States, is a majestic waterway renowned for its scenic beauty, recreational opportunities, and ecological significance. Originating in the Wind River Range of Wyoming, this iconic river meanders through rugged canyons, verdant valleys, and expansive plains before joining the Colorado River in Utah. Its emerald-green waters, attributed to suspended sediment from glaciers and minerals, lend the river its distinctive hue and contribute to its allure.

The Green River serves as a playground for outdoor enthusiasts, offering a plethora of activities such as fishing, boating, kayaking, and rafting. Anglers are drawn to its abundant fish populations, including trout, catfish, and bass, while paddlers and rafters revel in the thrill of navigating its rapids and calm stretches. The river's scenic beauty, with towering cliffs, lush forests, and diverse wildlife, provides a tranquil backdrop for camping, hiking, and nature exploration along its shores.

Beyond its recreational value, the Green River plays a vital role in supporting diverse ecosystems and wildlife habitats. Its waters sustain a variety of plant and animal species, including migratory birds, fish, and mammals, making it an important corridor for biodiversity. Additionally, the river has historical significance, having served as a lifeline for indigenous communities and early explorers who traversed its waters in search of new frontiers. Today, the Green River continues to captivate adventurers and nature lovers alike, beckoning them to experience its timeless beauty and natural wonders.

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Zina and Sunny

Zina and Sunny

Montana was born and raised Zina grew up hunting, fishing, and hiking. Zina’s passion for fly fishing and desire to build a fly fishing community where female anglers can gain education, and build confidence, in a non-intimidating environment fueled the creation of Addicted to the Fly, a Women’s Focused Fly Fishing platform where Zina and her sister use their passion to inspire women of all ages and backgrounds to Wade into New Waters in the sport of Fly Fishing.

With knowledge found in research on the benefits of fly fishing these two sisters they fostered their program to educate women on the mental and physical health benefits of fly fishing as a stress reduction avenue.

Montana born and raised in Sunny has always lived her life with water in her veins. Sunny grew up hunting, fishing, and hiking enjoying and appreciating nature. Sunny has a passion for fly fishing and a desire to empower other women to enjoy the waters. Sunny is inspired to build a community where like-minded women come together create lifelong friendships and build a supportive inclusive community that goes beyond catching fish or fishing.

With knowledge found in research on the benefits of fly fishing these two sisters, fostered their program Fly Fishing and the Brain to educate women in the mental and physical health benefits of fly fishing as a stress reduction avenue.

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