Cinnamon Ant Season – Henrys Fork Fishing Report

Henrys Fork Fishing Report

Henrys Fork Fishing Report – (8.8.20)

Lower River: After an awesome spring and beginning of summer, the lower river is slowing down due to warm water temps. Terrestrials, PMDs, Caddis are going to be your main bugs. Look for dry fly fishing to be best during early morning periods when water temps are at their coolest. Nymphing during the day will be productive but please land fish as quick as possible.

Henrys Fork Fishing Report

Upper river: Flows 1,420 cfs. Dry dropper fishing with leftover Golden and Green Drake patterns in the Box Canyon has been productive. Nymphing can always get ’em in the Box and streamers are rounding out a close second. The Ranch is now open and offering good technical dry fly fishing with PMDs and Caddis. Terrestrials are going to be the name of the game for the month of August, especially Cinnamon Ants. Be ready for the most rewarding or frustrating day of your life when you step foot on the Ranch! The mosquitoes are out, bring your bug spray!

Henrys Fork Fishing Report

 Henry’s Fork Fishing Resources:

Henry’s Fork Fishing Regulations – Upper Snake River Region

Henry’s Fork Watershed Map

Henry’s Fork Railroad Ranch Map

Purchase your Idaho Fishing License Online

Purchase your Idaho AIS Boating Decal Online

Henry’s Fork Shuttles – Yellow Sally Shuttles – (208)-821-0906

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