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Movie Monday!!!

Well, it’s Monday and there is never a lack of folks that need a little distraction at work from a weekend of fishing.  Hopefully this will satisfy your appetite until Saturday.  Don’t forget, even fishing guides get a bad case of the Mondays. So it’s hot outside, really hot.  There are wildfires everywhere and day […]

Weekend Report 3.30.12!!!

Unlike the 2011 fishing season, spring has come early to our area and there has been allot of fishing to be done.  A quick update for fishing in the area this weekend. Snake River: Fishing has been excellent.  Mostly nymphing and limited dry action has been observed.  Skwallas should be right around the corner.  Streamers […]

South Fork Trout Numbers Increase!!!!

A recent Idaho Fish and Game Report shows that the South Fork fish population, even after consecutive years of high flows, continues to increase.  The current fish counts resembled those of the mid 1980s, where the fish population was at its largest and most dense.  “Our estimates are pointing to good fishing to be had […]

Something Fishy!!!

Something Fishy: “Shocking” Data from the Teton Watershed During the summer of 2010, Friends of the Teton River partnered with Idaho Fish & Game, Wyoming Game & Fish, the US Forest Service, and the Bonneville Environmental Foundation to complete extensive fisheries research in the Teton Watershed.  Results of this research, and their implications for the […]