Henrys Fork Fly Fishing Report:
The Henry’s Fork is pretty tough to fish as of lately. The ice shelf is pretty extensive covering about 15 feet into the river. On the lower section of the Henrys Fork, the ice shelf covers roughly 1/3 of the river. Be EXTREMELY CAREFUL as the ice is slushy and slick! It’s not entirely a lost cause, so don’t fret. The best place to get a little fishing in is up near Warm River around Stone’s Bridge (the boat ramp in Warm River off Fishermans Drive). We’re looking forward to the slightly warmer temperatures February may bring. So look for sunny days and temperatures rising above 32 degrees.
Stop by our Ashton Fly Shop & Liquor Store to stock up on flies.
Flies to use: Rubber Legs, Prince nymphs, pheasant tail, zebra midges, & streamers (black, dark olive)
South Fork of the Snake River Fly Fishing Report: Update (Feb 17, 2017): Not much has changed since Feb 1st, South Fork Snake Streamflows have been holding steady after an uptick on Feb 11th at
**Photos Updated on Feb 21, 2017 Snow, snow, and more snow. So far the winter of 2016/2017 has been nothing short of good news for our mountain snowpack’s throughout much of Idaho and the West.
Henrys Fork Fly Fishing Report: The Henry's Fork is pretty tough to fish as of lately. The ice shelf is pretty extensive covering about 15 feet into the river. On the lower section
Owyhee River Fly Fishing Report: The river has frozen over, and for the most part is unfishable. If you can find some open water, slow stripping small streamers and wooly buggers can be productive.
Anderson Ranch Tailwater Fishing Report: Nymphing small bead head Baetis and zebra variations will be your best bet. Sizes 18-22 for zebra midges in black and red can be productive. Try dropping a zebra
OWYHEE RIVER The flows have finally dropped to 30 cfs so nymphing will be a little more difficult. There has been decent midge hatches in the morning till mid-afternoon. Keep an eye out for BWOs