Recent research by the Henry’s Fork Foundation and Idaho Fish and Game biologists shows that there are currently more Rainbow trout in the Box Canyon stretch of the Henry’s Fork then there has been since the 1970’s. A few major factors they believe contribute to the increase of Rainbows is due to a large number of two-year old fish spawned in 2011, the increased water flow from the Island Park Dam from the 2011-2012 winter, and possibly due to the increased fish production from the Buffalo River. Whatever the case, biologists believe there are 6,200 fish per mile, plus or minus 500.

Stop in to one of our conveniently located fly shops in either Island Park or Ashton, Idaho to get hooked up with the right flies to take on Box Canyon.  Right now you’ll want to have some Golden Stones, Green Drakes, Rubber Legs and Caddis. If you’re interested in a guided fishing trip through the canyon section you can reserve your guided fly fishing trip NOW or call the fly shop. (208) 652-3008 in Ashton or (208) 558-7501 in Island Park.

To donate to the Henry’s Fork Foundation or to learn more about their valuable research and commitment to the preserving the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River visit these links.