Our spring wind is making it difficult to take advantage of the dry flies on the Henry’s Fork. Not only does it depress the amount of emerging insects, it quickly whisks them away from the surface. Early mornings and evenings, if the wind dies, can make for some good fishing. All this also applies to the caddis emergence. Look for streamers presented near cover, overhangs, and off sheltered banks to provide some action. Fall River remains high and holds discolored water. The Henry’s Fork below Chester Dam receives it, and therefore does not offer fishing as good as upstream reaches.