Monthly Archives: February 2011

Henry’s Fork 2/21

I have had lots of good reports from the Henry’s Fork. If you can get in through the snow, the Box Canyon is fishing really well. The lower river is also producing fish in good numbers. Most of the action is on nymphs but on the right day you will find some great dry fly action on Midges. Remember the entire Henry’s Fork is open to fishing year around now except Herriman Park and Ashton Dam to Vernon Bridge. There is lots of good fishing, just make sure you pick the right day when you go.

South Fork 2/15

The weather has been warm for the past few days and the fishing has picked up considerably on the river. Mostly nymph fishing, but some dry fly action with midges. There is not really any opportunity to float the river right now due to the boat ramps being snowed in. However with the flows holding at 2200 cfs there are lots of access points for wade fishing.

Today at Jimmy’s

Stop into the shop and see some changes we made. Half of our customers yesterday didn’t notice it…will you? We have some more changes coming down the road this winter.

Scott Sanchez is tying this Saturday for our morning demo. He is a really good fly tier with lots of experience fishing the Snake River drainage. I have had the oppertunity to hang out with Scott on many different occasions and it’s always a blast. Scott is also doing a book signing for his new release “The Never Ending Stream”

Lots of tying classes coming up. We have 2 beginning classes starting in march and some Special Topics classes being offered as well. Here is the link with all the info.