Dallas is a life-long Alaskan, who was raised in the town of Kenai. Growing up, almost every adventure she can remember revolved around fishing – from large rivers, to small streams and the ocean. Her family not only found free time for sport fisheries, but also took part in commercial fisheries – gill netting for salmon, longlining for halibut and farming oysters.
In 2014, she was introduced to fly fishing. After some growing pains the first summer, she fell in love with the sport and has been revolving her free time around fly fishing ever since. Living on the beautiful Kenai Peninsula, her backyard features five species of salmon, rainbow trout, steelhead and grayling.
Dallas currently guides for Chugach Backcountry Fishing – putting clients on salmon and rainbow trout in a 20ft Willie drift boat.
In 2018, she got involved with Alaska Fly Fishers and helped host Fishing Tv's World Fishing Day on June 23. Both organizations aim to unite the angling community and bring new people to the sport.
Dallas is married to Dustin, a guide for Eric Loomis Fishing. The couple are expecting their first born on April 1, 2019.
Dustin and Dallas Voss on the middle section of the Kenai River during the trout opener.