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Reputation

I entered the business of fly fishing in 1968 at age 23. It was at that point that my livelihood became tethered to a single river and its ability to attract visitors. And in 2016 that has not...

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Report 7/19/16

As I was sitting on the bench behind the shop this morning, I almost spit my coffee out.  Through what for the past few weeks had been a depressing murk, I was able to see the river...

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Report 7/14/16

If it is right, it happens. The main thing is not to hurry. Nothing good gets away. ~ John Steinbeck Heavy flows have kept the fishing on the upper river interesting. It pays to move around in the...

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Report 6/27/16

Welcome spikes from IP dam, combined with bone cleaning winds, will keep the fishing challenging, as it typically will be, considering.  With the right eyes and an open agenda...

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Surviving the Invasion

Individually, the events that occur during the final two weeks of June have the ability to establish a sizable swelling in the number of people fishing the Henry’s Fork. Collectively however...

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Report 6/21/16

HENRY'S FORK FISHING REPORT - JUNE 21, 2016  The famous and much revered waters of the Railroad Ranch are now open for business. The huge rainbows that haunt this beautiful stretch of...

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An Expanding Menu

There was a time when Memorial Day weekend was symbolic of the beginning of fishing season. With minor exception, however, fly fishing opportunity on the Henry’s Fork and many other nearby waters...

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Back to the Mountain

In the high country, May signifies the true arrival of spring. With Mother’s Day weekend as the annual target date for moving back to our cabin in Last Chance, I am scrambling to wrap up loose...

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Hunting Unicorns

Over the course of the last nine seasons guiding trips for TroutHunter, I’ve come to realize that there are several types of anglers whom I regularly encounter.  The first is the...

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Checking in

Any chance I get to get out on the river with one of the guys I try to take advantage of. Pat and I both have a wife and two children at home, and a very busy guide season. So for us to get...