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A Long Fall

That November is generally a winter month on the Henry’s Fork is supported by the fact that our annual move from Island Park to St. Anthony will always take place before the arrival of the...

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An Amazing Month

In a place where the four seasons are probably as distinct as anywhere on the planet, October in Island Park was amazing. In the fly fishing business it is the last month of full operation...

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Report 10/2/16

"Time is a river which sweeps me along, but I am the river; it is a tiger which destroys me, but I am the tiger; it is a fire which consumes me, but I am the fire." ~ Jorge Luis Borges The...

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A Welcome Change

To see the Last Chance area again bustling with excited fishermen is a sight that has been all but missing during much of the past three months. The low, clear, flows of the Henry’s Fork are...

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Report 9/21/16

"Adopt the pace of nature: her secret is patience." ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson The entire Island Park and surrounding area is ablaze with fall colors and the mid September fishing has already proved...

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Report 9/15/16

That crisp autumn air will definitively trigger the change in season. From the leaves glowing in transition to a sudden increase in trout feeding behavior, fall is straightaway. Time to pack an...

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Report 9/8/16

"Live, travel, adventure, bless, and don't be sorry." – Keroauc After an extremely hot and arid July and August, we're finally seeing a little reprieve. The last week has brought on some much...

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A Change of Seasons

In late August, there is a distinct message when three consecutive mornings are greeted by frost. Naturally there is no point in heading to the water until the temperature lifts to well above...

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Report 9/2/16

Early September is certainly a pivotal time here in Henry's Fork country. The nights cool off considerably, bringing water temperatures back to a more accommodating level, which is always good news...

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Report 8/10/16

The fishing throughout the area continues to generate plenty of smiles. From honey ants on the ranch to spruce moths on the lakes, venue options are many. August is certainly terrestrial season...