Owyhee Fly Fishing Report – February 1, 2017

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.

Fill your fly box with small midge patterns, small baetis nymphs, small leech streamers, & wooly buggers.

Boise River Fishing Report for December 2023

Wintertime fishing is all about getting out, enjoying a little more solitude, and hopefully finding some good fishing! During the winter months, feeding windows shorten and tend to happen more towards the warmest part of

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Fly Fishing with Kids: Introducing the Next Generation to the Sport

Fishing with our children is something we dream about someday doing. Passing down the love for the outdoors and fishing to the next generation. We hope to foster a deeper appreciation for nature and

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What makes dry fly fishing so darn fun?

There are many methods and approaches you can use when you step out on the river to fly fish and each method has its purpose. Nymphing generally will produce high numbers, stripping streamers will

Uncovering the Hidden Gems of Fly Fishing: : Exploring the Benefits of Smaller, Cooler Spring Creeks

It's late July...daytime temperatures are in the mid-90s and the larger rivers are starting to warm up and are still a bit crowded, you may be feeling a bit overwhelmed with the thought of having

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Boise River Fishing Report 7/14/23

Boise River - In Town Fishing Report Flows in town are still high and fast, wade cautiously. Streamers and nymphing are the go to. Attractor style nymphs size #16 - #20, like fire starters

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Eastern Idaho Fishing Report 7/14/23

Henry's Fork: The current flows out of Island Park are 1,370 cfs. Flows have increased recently due to irrigation demand and may continue to increase with the rising temperatures and no rain in the

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