Camille Egdorf and Lacey Kelly share a bit about their inspiring story in fly fishing.
Camille Egdorf is “A Montana native who grew up in the town of Hardin in the Big Horn region, Camille focuses mainly on Yellow Dog’s Alaska, Kamchatka and Christmas Island programs. Seeing the world is her passion, and being able to share it with others is her life’s calling. She was raised splitting time between Montana and Alaska, where she’s spent every summer since she was a little girl at her family’s fishing lodge on the Nushagak River in Bristol Bay. She began guiding at a young age, enveloping herself in fly fishing and the great outdoors. She always knew that her passion would become her life’s work, but it has also taken her places she never dreamt of going, let alone fishing! Whether she’s hosting groups of anglers to Christmas Island, Kamchatka and Alaska, fishing her way through Argentina, Brazil and the Seychelles, competing in the GoPro Games and other events, or exploring the waters of the Greater Yellowstone area, Camille is truly one of the best in the business.”
Lacey Kelly was “Born and raised in SWFL into an outdoor family, exposed Lacey to all things woods and water by the time she could walk. Lobstering, spearfishing, hunting, and fishing all played a pivotal part in shaping what would become a life long obsession with the outdoors. Upon finishing her Tourism degree at FGCU, she honed her skills as a charter captain on the local tarpon, snook, and redfish that surround Sanibel and Pine Island Sound.”