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Report 4/12/14

"It’s those changes in latitude, changes in attitude...nothing remains quite the same” ~ Jimmy Buffett Change is good and subtle increases in water temperatures have truly accelerated the...

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The Beginning

The Henry’s Fork is known as possessing a very dense and diversified population of mayflies. It exists in a region that features four distinct seasons with each containing its own menu of...

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Report 4/3/14

HENRY’S FORK REPORT - APRIL 3, 2014 It’s been typical springtime weather this past week. The final week of March brought with it highs temps in the 50’s, a nice thick snow storm and a windy...

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Report 03/25/14

"You can’t get too much winter in winter”, Robert Frost said that, and oh how right he was. And although our winter type weather is far from over, the arrival of spring has been cause for...

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First Rise

For a fly fisher, surviving winter at high elevation is usually an arduous and inconsistent process. Snow and bitter cold temperatures can dominate the weather for months at a time and a visit to the...

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Scorpion Dreams

TroutHunter guide, Tim Fischer, is spending the winter as assistant manager at famed Casa Blanca Lodge on the Yucatan peninsula in Mexico. He sent us this account of his first...

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2013: A Review

As in all recent years, the attention of the Henry’s Fork community was trained on winter flows from Island Park Reservoir at the arrival of 2013. And while carry over storage in the reservoir...

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TroutHunter Tippet Reviews

TroutHunter tippet is truly superior. Don't just take our word for it...click the links below. FLY FISHERMAN MAGAZINE Overall Winner 2012 Tippet Shootout. THE FIBERGLASS...

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Reunion

For at least half of the year, my attention is leveled on the Caldera section of the Henry’s Fork in Island Park where gentle currents and mostly wadeable water are the primary characteristics of...

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Connection

Like our ancestors and most other warm blood creatures, the instinct to leave the mountains of Island Park kicks in when the hours of darkness begin to noticeably exceed daylight. This typically...