Legends of the Tetons: A Lady Angler's Storytelling Event - Saturday June 30th at NMWA

Join us for an evening of fun, friendship, and fly fishing as we hear from some of the most skilled and experienced female anglers in the Tetons – Saturday, June 30th, from 6 – 9 pm at the National Museum of Wildlife Art!

The evening will kick off with a happy hour in the museum lobby during which participants can visit with and get information from JHTU and other local groups that provide opportunities for membership to connect with other anglers. There will also be retail representatives displaying and discussing the latest in female-specific fishing gear and where it can be found.

At 7 PM, we will head to the museum’s auditorium for a time of revelrous raconteuring! Hosted by local storytelling legend, Paul Bruun, we will be joined onstage by several guides who will trade hilarious stories of life, learning and misadventures on the river. They will also be sharing with us their personal passions and doling out a little advice along the way. The communities in our region are home to some of the most incredibly gifted, smart and dynamic women in the industry and we are fortunate to have so many of them joining us onstage for what is sure to be an unforgettable evening.

We hope to see you at the National Museum of Wildlife Art on June 30th!

By Leslie Steen.