While the South Fork has had a slow start to the summer season, flows are now at a consistent 9,060 cfs. Dry fly fishing has been improving daily but the streamer fishing has been the best we have seen in a long time. Check out this monster brown trout caught by WCA Staff Member, Cyndle […]
Don’t miss this awesome event hosted by 0ur friends at the Teton Regional Land Trust. Learn more about the South Fork River system, it’s outfitters and how we can help in protecting this incredible river system. FREE BEER AND FOOD are provided! We hope to see you there.
Check out these awesome pics and article from the Perfect Drift Fishing Club! Thanks guys, looking forward to seeing you next year! https://sites.google.com/site/perfectdriftfishingclub/victor-idaho-2010
Salmonflies are hatching in the South Fork Canyon!!! Get out there and fish!
Since 1982 Idaho Fish and Game fisheries biologists have been monitoring the numbers of the different types of trout in the South Fork Snake River outside of Idaho Falls.This monitoring has tracked the effects non-native rainbow trout are having on native Yellowstone cutthroat trout populations. Rainbow trout can interbreed with cutthroats and produce fertile offspring. […]
After the Bureau of Land Reclamation decreased flows on the South Fork last week, we have started to see some better fishing days. With warmer temperatures forcasted, fishing should only get bettter. Check out this pig rainbow from WCA Guide Trevor Wine yesterday on the Upper South Fork.