We have been hearing good things about the Henry’s Fork. The fishing is really starting to pick up. The Henry’s Fork will offer you the best opportunity for dry fly fishing this time of the year. Blue Wing Olives, and midges are hatching. There has also been some talk of fish eating Skwala’s on top as well. If you don’t see any dry fly action use a rubberleg and a mayfly nymph. March Brown mayflies will be hatching anytime now. As the weather continues to warm up we should being seeing these bugs anytime. We will keep you updated on the fishing report as we hear more about this hatch. Stop by the shop, email or call us for an up to the minute report.
BWOs are emerging from Warm River Confluence on downstream. Best action is during PMs of overcast days and during gentle rains. Midge and skwala emergences are also going on, and a few March browns are showing up. Streamers are always a good bet for larger fish, especially during low light conditions and along streamsides not in direct light. No Fall River run-off yet, so fishing below Chester Dam is a great option as is from the Vernon Bridge to Chester and from Warm River to Ashton. Get in touch for current info as we are picking up experiences from several fly-fishers that are visiting the river in these reaches.