PMDs and Caddis – Henrys Fork Fishing Report

Henrys Fork Fishing Report

Henrys Fork Fishing Report – (7.17.19)

Ora Bridge Construction Update from Henry’s Fork Foundation:

“Cascade Bridge is installing the temporary bridge to construct the piers for the new bridge. This work will occur along the west bank and across the river. Access is restricted within 50 feet of the temporary bridge when work is occurring. Expect minor traffic delays on Ora Road near the Fremont County Recreational Parking Area as construction trucks deliver project material.”

Henrys Fork Fishing Report

Lower River: The lower Henry’s Fork is still offering some great dry fly fishing opportunities. The leftover Golden Stone buzzing around with Caddis, Yellow Sallies, Flavs, Drakes and PMDs are rounding out the mix. Nymphing also remains productive with rubberlegs, small pheasant tails, drake imitations and caddis pupas. Dry dropper fishing continues to provide plenty of action. With water temps warming look for the morning and late evening sessions to be best.

Upper river: Flows are 990 cfs. We are anticipating two additional increases of 100 cfs the next two mornings (Thursday and Friday). This will put actual outflow at about 1,200 cfs by the end of the week Nymphing remains productive with Rubberlegs, zebra midges and other small tactical sparse mayfly nymphs. Dry Dropper fishing will continue to be productive with Golden stones and drake imitations. The Ranch opener was fantastic and fishing remains good as our warmer weather continues. Be ready for it all. PMDs, leftover Drakes, Flavs and Caddis.

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 – Idaho Irresistibles – (208)-652-3669

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