The Henry’s Fork has seen rather prosperous fishing, although the water level is very low, which is normal for this time of year. Patterns will be nymphs, streamers, midge, and BWO’s. Although many fly anglers are reluctant to believe that nymphing season is here, it will be the most productive way to catch these fish, which are now honkering down close to the bottoms of these rivers where there is much less friction and the fish are able to expend less energy holding in the water column of their choice.
Brown trout are now spawning. Let’s respect the next generation and hold off on fishing the redds.
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