Could a trout even eat this?

Check out this wicked aquatic insect.  This is apparently the worlds largest belonging to the order of Megaloptera and has a wingspan of 21 centimeters—8.3 inches.  Could a trout even eat this bad boy?  Can you imagine casting a fly that big?

Idaho’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year

Idahos the gift that keeps on giving the whole year

Idaho’s the gift that keeps on giving the whole year.

Simms G4 Pro Jacket

Simms G4 Pro Jacket

Looks like you have another item to add to your fly fishing gear. The new improved Simms G4 Pro jacket will be available on 7/22/14. Wet your appetite with this promo video. Want one for your very own? Let us know. Get your mitts on your very own G4 Pro Jacket before your buddies do.  Take on the elements and the fish.

  • GORE-TEX PRO shell fabric
  • 15% lighter than earlier models
  • tear resistant
  • abrasion resistant
  • dry cuff
  • 9 storage pockets
  • sleeve pocket
  • 2 tippet pockets
  • cavernous back pocket

These girls love to fly fish

These girls love to fly fish

Fun day on the river with these three beautiful girls.

Simply a nice evening on the Teton River

Simply a nice evening on the Teton River with Matt and Brian.

Don't miss Mesa Falls when you visit Idaho

Dont miss Mesa Falls when you visit Idaho

Mesa Falls on the Henry’s Fork is made up of Upper Mesa and Lower Mesa Falls.  You should definitely put them on you list on your way to Yellowstone.  We can even stop by on the way fly fishing if you would like.  Upper Mesa has a visitors center and walkway with observation decks.  This waterfall has a drop of 112 feet.  Lower Mesa, featured above is off the road.  There is a parking lot with an observation deck but the river is quite aways off.  You can only get this close if you hike down to the river.

Don’t miss these beautiful waterfalls next time you are in the area.

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