With the South Fork at “High Tide” this river offers some great float fishing alternatives for this weekend. Here’s what’s going on if you like dry fly fishing and need to get that boat out. First, the river is in great shape. From Riverside to Hatchery Ford look for caddis, PMD’s, a few golden stoneflies, and even a few green drakes. From Warm River to Ashton look for big time PMDs, afternoon green drakes, evening caddis and some gray drakes. From Ora Bridge to Chester Backwaters look for PMDs big time, afternoon green drakes and evening caddis and lots’a gray drakes. Predicted cool rainy weahter won’t hurt the fishing a bit. You can even do well through walk-in wade fishing on all of these. With respect to the river below Chester and the Fall River confluence, you can almost float a battleship. Fall River and Teton River are making very generous contributions. But don’t forget the Henry’s Fork Days event at the Last Chance rest area. Stop in for breakfast, to hear incredible fishing tales, and meet folks. Who knows; maybe some upper river green drakes and PMDs will appear to enhance that event.