March 24, 2018

Fishing Slows Down

fly-oneThe fishing has slowed down quite a bit over the last few days. (Actually the fishing is as good as it ever was, but the catching hasn’t been that hot.) With daytime highs near 80 degrees for a couple of weeks now, and with thousands of people fishing over the holiday weekend, things aren’t what they were a few weeks ago.

But never fear. The best fishing (and catching) of the year doesn’t even start for three to four weeks yet. October and November are the great months for the Henry’s Fork. That’s true in the lakes too, as temps drop and the fish start feeding in earnest again. So whatever you do, don’t put that fly rod away yet. The best fishing of the year is coming up.

See you on the river!



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