Fishing success along the river from Warm River to Chester Dam has been about normal for this time of year. Flows here are a somewhat high. BWOs, and March browns have been providing top water action for those enthusiasts presenting emerger and dun patterns along with midge life cycle patterns. Big rubber leg and stone fly nymph patterns drifted through runs and into upstream portions of holes and pockets will produce with chances for more interest from larger fish. The same goes for streamer patterns presented under low light conditions.
Be ready to see more anglers, whether wading or boating, present anywhere along the Henry’s Fork because of the South Fork’s high water situation.