Posts Category: SHOP TALK

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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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The Gospel According to Whitefish Eddie

  The Gospel According to Whitefish Eddie: The Henry’s Fork’s most literally colorful character has a method to his presumed madness. By Jim Dean   You can spot Eddie Dunn...

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Tradition...

Tradition Blues In the true spirit of fortified tradition, let us never forget the gift of a resource and the ethical responsibilities that lie within. The Harriman Ranch expanse of the...

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Tread Lightly

"Rules are not necessarily sacred, principles are.” ~Franklin D. Roosevelt Love is astir in the waters of the Henry’s Fork. Love of a more primitive nature that is. Yes indeed...

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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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Pile of Guts

In anticipation of sun eclipsing mobs of Salmonfly adults, the native anglers here get a little up-tight and walk around with a hard case of itchy trigger finger, twitching helplessly with a...

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Osprey Rescue

A young female Box canyon Osprey was rescued by our two veteran TroutHunter guides, Brad Miller & Doc Martin Reed as well as our tongue twisting shop manager Chris "Grizz"...

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Bear Attack

Rich and I walked from his house at about 6am for a morning of chasing elk. We headed in to the woods behind his house with the intent of using the power line as a quiet route from which we had hoped...

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Jon Siehl Interview

Originally posted in The Drake. Written by Geoff Mueller Last Chance, ID [Last Friday we posted a short piece on Last Chance, Idaho, flyshop, The TroutHunter. Co-owner Jon "The Animal"...

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Interview with an Osprey

After returning from their winter habits, the Osprey have just recently began to return the Henry’s Fork. One was kind enough to take a break from trout hunting in Last Chance Run to perch up...