Deep Creek Fish Camp and Saltwater Flytyers and Outfitters Presents Fly Fishing for Women 

A Weekend of Fly Casting Instruction with Wanda Taylor, MCCI, IFFF
November 15th and 16th, 2014


Women in Fly Fishing 


At Saltwater Flytyers we believe that women are sorely under-represented in fly fishing. Not because of lack of interest but by lack of access to instruction that take a women's approach.





Wanda's credentials are some of the most impressive in fly fishing. She is a fly fishing instructor with a decade of experience. She specializes in working with women's groups, couples and young people. Her strong communication skills, leadership skills and sense of humor encourage people to exceed their expectations in the art of fly fishing.

She was the first woman Orvis Endorsed Guide in the Southeast and the first woman certified as a Master Certified Casting Instructor by the International Federation of Fly Fishers.  She was awarded the 2005 SE IFFF "Woman of the Year", and the 2008 SE Council Award of Excellence.

She is a Lifetime member of the Georgia Women Fly Fishers, Co-Founder and Supporter of CFC,  "Casting For Confidence", a retreat sponsored by the GWFFers for breast cancer survivors. She is a national ambassador for CFR, "Casting For Recovery" and a retreat volunteer since 2001.






About the Course

 This is an entry level to intermediate level class. You will be taught the dynamics of how the fly rod works and how the rod, flyline, and fly interact to create the cast. You will learn how to assemble the equipment, attach the leader to the fly line, and tie on a fly to the leader. There will be casting on grass as well on water. You will learn the basic casts to give you the entrance to the world of fly fishing. No matter what level you come in at you will be pleased with what you learn in this creative course.  


On day two, the skills you have learned will be put together on the casting deck or fishing from a kayak. We will have local guides available including their skiffs and kayaks.

The Cost

$250.00 per angler which includes all instruction, meals including dinner Saturday evening. Low Country Boil and hors d'oeuvres.

(boats, kayaks, and guide fees are separate for day two)


The Camp


Deep Creek is situated in the heart of the magnificent grass flats of Northeast Florida. The panoramic views from the landing are classic Old Florida cypress and pine hammocks with abundant wildlife including waterfowl such as Great Blue Heron, Snowy Egret, and Roseatte Spoonbills, just to mention a few of the local species. Sitting in one of the rocking chairs at sunset enjoying your favorite beverage, enjoying the view, will take you away to another world.





All of this extensive training is punctuated with fine meals, including a catered local cuisine dinner with refreshments and libations. Breaks under the canopy of ancient live oaks in rockers around the fire pit overlooking some of the finest and most beautiful salt marsh in the world.
Accommodations, Access, and Local Interests

Saint Augustine is the oldest continuously inhabited city in the New World, it is the second most visited attraction in Florida so if you decide to bring family there is plenty to entertain them. There are many bed and breakfasts and five star accommodations available. The most proximal is the Renaissance Hotel at World Golf World Village, which is less than ten minutes from the Camp.


Saint Augustine offers world class fly in and fly out accommodations as well as suburb private flight facilities proximal to the accommodations and the camp.


Please contact Don Reed (904)535-6929. This program will close quickly and we would love to have you attend

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