These Boots Are Made For Wading

A Fly Fishing Retreat for Women

June 3 & 4, 2022 [Sold Out, Excepting Waitlists]
July 15 & 16, 2022 [Sold Out, Excepting Waitlists]

“These Boots Are Made for Wading” is a Women-Only, fun, interactive immersion into the sport of fly fishing for every level – from the total beginner through the most experienced angler. Partnering with the Number One name in the sport, Orvis, you’ll begin with a welcome reception where we describe all that’s available to do. We’ll introduce you to our skilled professional guides, answer your questions, and most of all make you feel comfortable and at home.

Learn the art of fly casting from an expert, then put your skills to the test on our five miles of private waters along the Tarryall River with one guide for every two participants. Understand the river’s unique ecology with a skilled entomologist. Take a class in fly tying. Hike the winding trails of the Lost Creek Wilderness. Enjoy an interactive cooking demonstration, and at the end of the day relax on the expansive deck of the Main Lodge with a glass of wine.

Find out for yourself why Sunset Magazine named The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp “The Best Western Fishing Experience” of 2018 by joining us for “Boots.” Truly unique, and tailor-made for women, you’ll learn, relax, make new friends and share laughs along the way. It’s an authentic Rocky Mountain adventure unlike any other.

Day One
11:00 am – Arrive at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp. Introduction to property and cabin assignments
11:30 am – Introduction to featured presenters (Entomology, casting, fly tying) with brief explanation of relevance to fly fishing.
12:00 pm – Hosted lunch and Welcome Gifts

Afternoon – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting clinics, tying classes, entomology, and self-guided hiking. Presenters will be at their respective stations with clinics starting every hour on the hour:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Casting
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Fly Tying
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Entomology

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

Day Two
7:00 am – Hosted breakfast
Morning – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting, fly tying, entomology, and self-guided hiking. Presenters will be at their respective stations from 7:30 am until noon.
12:30 – Hosted lunch

Afternoon – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting clinics, tying classes, entomology, and self-guided hiking. Presenters will be at their respective stations with clinics starting every hour on the hour:
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm Casting
2:00 pm – 5:00 pm Fly Tying
3:00 pm – 6:00 pm Entomology

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

Day Three
7:00 am – Hosted breakfast
Morning – Fishing and clinics. To include dry land casting clinics, tying classes, entomology, and self-guided hiking. Presenters will be at their respective stations from 7:30 am until 10:30 am.
11:00 am – Depart The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp

PACKAGE DETAILS

Two night stay at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp. See above dates and details. This package includes activities for both weekends.

$2,100++ based on single occupancy for a 2-night stay at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp
(plus applicable service charges & taxes)

$2,300++ based on double occupancy for a 2-night stay at The Broadmoor Fly Fishing Camp
(plus applicable service charges & taxes)

TO BOOK THIS PACKAGE, PLEASE CALL MS. SARAH STEPHENS TO REGISTER: (719) 577-5708