Lower River: The lower Henry’s Fork is offering some great dry fly fishing opportunities during Fall. Beatis and Midges will be the dominate hatches for the fall fishing season. Nymphing with rubblerlegs, BWO imitations and other technical tailwater fare with remain productive during the colder days. Streamer action has picked up as the weather continues to cool. The lower Henry’s can be a spectacular fall fishery, don’t miss out.
Upper river: Flows are 250 cfs. Nymphing remains the way to good with Rubberlegs, zebra midges and other small tactical sparse mayfly nymphs.