2022

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Report 6/28/22

Summer is here and things are starting to settle into a normal rhythm. Flows region-wide are on the drop and clearing for the most part. The crowds are here en masse as the park service opened the...

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Report 6/20/22

I’m sure you all have heard the news of the catastrophic flooding in Yellowstone and up in Montana. Our thoughts are with those digging out and rebuilding. There are several avenues to volunteer or...

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Report 6/13/22

Greetings all! Happy to be back in IP! I hope you all had a wonderful winter. Spring has definitely sprung here on the caldera, and the flowers are really starting to show up. We had a very cool...

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The Magic of June

With the zest of variety as a basis, June could quite easily be declared the most magical of months in Henry’s Fork country.With snowfall and freezing temperatures left largely in the...

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The Gateway to Summer

It is not in the too distant past that May in Henry’s Fork country was owned by local residents that do not leave during what is known as the off season.With fishing as the primary attraction...

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The Energy of a New Season

In mountain country, Spring is a process measured in small increments of change. It begins with a slow accumulation of daylight hours that finally exceed those of darkness, and the world responds...

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2021 Annual Ranch Report

2021 Annual Ranch Report Fishing was generally good throughout the summer and early fall. We had good Green Drakes on 15 June and they hatched daily, through 27 June. During the period, there...

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TroutHunter in Winter

At thirty-five miles, it is not a long drive from winter home at St. Anthony to another home that Bonnie and I occupy for half of each year. However, the change in scenic view is constant and...