Posts Category: HARROP'S FORKED TONGUES

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Chasing the Green

When it comes to working harder for fish, I am no different than anyone else on the Henry’s Fork in 2017.   With reduced trout populations combining with weaker hatches than usual, I...

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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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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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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...

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Catching up at TroutHunter

In late January, anyone driving into Last chance, Idaho from points south will encounter a different world than what most folks who visit this community are accustomed to...

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A Hopeful Look Forward

Over what has become a fairly long life, I have come to understand that it is hope more than anything that allows us to weather difficult times.  In the Rocky Mountain west, 2016...

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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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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...