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Idaho to set aside Teton Dam Project!!!

This year Idaho lawmakers are making painful budget cuts they never would have considered in even bad times in the past.  State agencies, which have already had to lay off all but essential workers, are looking to slash services. Schools are not just looking at ways to protect classroom quality, they are seeking ways to […]

Idaho Might Close Harriman State Park!!

Voted the best trout stream in America by Trout Unlimited in 1999, the Henry’s Fork meanders through the 11,000-acre Harriman State Park, a preserve which– under a new proposal by Idaho governor C.L. “Butch” Otter — could be de-funded and lost to the public. Otter wants to eliminate the eliminate the Department of Parks and […]

Midges!!!

Take a close look at this bug, because it is going to be the most important aquatic insect for your winter fishing days. During the next couple of months, trout will concentrate their feeding on midges for most of their winter nutrition. Similar to the mosquito, the midge is a small gnat-like bug that is […]

Hoppper Season is Here

Hoppers are Here, fish are looking for them, and we’re excited about it. Hopper fishing is almost like a second salmonfly hatch – big foam dry flies bringing up big, hungry fish. Splat them, twitch them dead drift them, just figure out what’s making the fish tick on that particular day and you are in […]

Good flows and Great Fishing

We are seeing very healthy flows on The South Fork, Henry’s Fork, and Snake rivers right now. The Teton is still in great shape and fishing very well. On the South Fork, we have been seeing good hatches of PMD’s, Golden Stones, and yellow sallies; hoppers will be a good option in the days to […]