Month: April 2014

  • Report 4/12/14

    Report 4/12/14

    "It’s those changes in latitude, changes in attitude…nothing remains quite the same” ~ Jimmy Buffett Change is good and subtle increases in water temperatures have truly accelerated the baetis emergence. Alongside prolific daily midge hatches, anglers can now compliment their already fine…

  • The Beginning

    The Beginning

    The Henry’s Fork is known as possessing a very dense and diversified population of mayflies. It exists in a region that features four distinct seasons with each containing its own menu of aquatic hatches. Mayfly hatches seem to arrive in sequence according to weather conditions rather than a hard…

  • Report 4/3/14

    Report 4/3/14

    HENRY’S FORK REPORT – APRIL 3, 2014 It’s been typical springtime weather this past week. The final week of March brought with it highs temps in the 50’s, a nice thick snow storm and a windy rain/snow blend. This year, March came in like a lion and looks to be leaving in the same fashion….