The Henry’s Fork is a bright star in the fly-fishing sky, and we are fortunate to enjoy fishing it. Considerable access to the river is provided through the generosity of land owners. There are times when sportspersons act in ways that do not respect that generosity leaving the offering landowner considering withdrawing access to the river. It is the responsibility of sportspersons to respect private property and abide by any rules for trespass. The Bill Fuchs family, owners of the Henry’s Fork Ranch, formerly Seeley’s, (east side of the river property from below Vernon Bridge to just above Chester Backwaters) are generous enough to allow access to a favored location on the river. Having experienced negative acts by some persons, they establish certain conditions for continued access to the river through their property. It is in our best interests as sportspersons to abide by these rules if we wish for continued access to the prime location on the Henry’s Fork.
Access Rules for Henry’s Fork Ranch
Parking is allowed for 4 vehicles. A vehicle with a trailer is considered two vehicles. No parking between livestock loading chute and driveway. Park along river edge.
This is a working cattle ranch. Enter at your own risk.
Beware of livestock, our dogs, electric fences, and natural conditions.
Our property line begins at the end of the paved road.
Access can be denied at any time.
No pets allowed outside vehicles; no exceptions!
You must complete information required and sign in.
No littering. Pick up all man-made litter on property and in river.
No fires, fireworks, firearm shooting, or overnight camping.
You can only launch or remove small non-motorized watercraft (under 150 pounds) from here. You must carry them not drag them up or down the bank.
If you have a motorized watercraft on the Henry’s Fork, you cannot use or access our property, no exceptions!
Access is limited to 100 feet of the river’s edge
Yours and others actions will determine present and future access.
Please act like a responsible sportsman and not like those who give sportsmen a bad reputation.
All property rights will be enforced.
Violators will be prosecuted.