Month: February 2015

  • Tread Lightly

    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 fishy friends, our resident rainbow trout are currently involved in their yearly spawning rite. The section of…

  • Signs


    At a mile or so above sea level in the northern hemisphere, winter’s journey to the season of renewal is marked by pitiful increments of advancement in temperature and daylight hours. It is not until February when the average high inches above the freezing mark and sunset moves past 6 P.M….

  • Report 2/4/15

    Report 2/4/15

    It’s a winter wonderland up here in Henry’s Fork country. What better place to spend a day fly fishing for trout? The river isn’t crowded, the trout are hungry and hooking big wild rainbows in this winter setting is tough to beat. If you’ve got that fishing itch, the Henry’s Fork in…