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A Tale of Two Caps

On a lovely afternoon last June, I sat on the grassy bank of the lower Henry’s Fork of the Snake River near Ashton, Idaho waiting for what I hoped would be a fine evening of fishing.  My son...

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Report June 13, 2017

Been a little chilly up here on the caldera the last couple of days and looks to continue through today; the long term forecast is calling for highs in uppers 70's, calmer winds, and minimal...

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The Month of Hatches

As a fly fisherman living on the Henry’s Fork, June is the month I look forward to the most.  Known most notably for its hatches, the river reaches its peak with respect to dry fly...

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Report May 24, 2017

Salmonflies!  Salmonflies!  Salmonflies!    Let the madness begin.  The adult bugs showed up in force on Sunday and I must say it has been a pretty impressive hatch...

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Report May 17, 2017

You know what they say! If you like/don’t like the Idaho weather just wait five minutes it will change.  After treating us to five days of beautiful Spring weather at the beginning...

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Report May 8, 2017

April was a lion of a month weather wise but May has come in as gentle as a lamb.  Over the years I have come to look forward to the months of April and October with great anticipation....

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Positives

Anyone who fished the caldera section of the Henry’s Fork from late June through August of last year was exposed to considerable disruption in terms of water level and clarity. With...

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Report April 26, 2017

It's late April and after a long winter we locals look forward to some nice spring weather and some of our favorite fishing of the entire year.  A weekend trip to Idaho Falls teased...

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An April Menu

That spring is a process is never clearer than to a fly fisherman.  And while those who live at the high elevation of Island Park are only now beginning to see signs of a changing season...

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Courage

John McDaniel’s annual Ranch report (read it here) is something that I look forward to as much as anything that appears on the TroutHunter website. With more than thirty...