Lower River: The lower Henry’s Fork can offering some great early spring fly fishing opportunities. Midges will be the dominate hatches for the winter season until spring. Nymphing with rubblerlegs, BWO imitations and other technical tailwater fare with remain productive but don’t be surprised if you see some fish eating on the surface. Most ramps are still snow covered. Bring a rope if you are looking to float.
Upper river: Flows are 521 cfs. Nymphing remains the way to good with Rubberlegs, zebra midges and other small tactical sparse mayfly nymphs.