With all of the snow piling up outside it is hard to think about summer time conditions, but all this snow is what makes for great fishing through out the summer here in the mountains of Idaho.
High water early in the season means big fish on the Henry’s Fork. In late May and early June, when the salmon flies are hatching, giant rainbows and browns feed with reckless abandoned. When the water is high the monster fish loss any inhibitions and make themselves vulnerable to fisherman. Every angler should make sure not to miss out on this once a year event. It is truly the one of the greatest dry fly spectacles in the world.
The Bureau of Reclamation, Pacific Northwest Region Major Storage Reservoirs in the Upper Snake River Basin diagram, illustrates the water storage for our area. This page is updated regularly, so check back for updates.
Join Teton Valley Lodge from May 25th through June 20th for big fish on the great water of the Henry’s Fork.