Boise River Fly Fishing Report
In Town: Spring has sprung, and the fishing has been hot! Fishing with bead headed nymphs under an indicator or a euro-style rig has been producing some great fish. If you’re looking to target a large brown or rainbow trout, now is a great time to do so on a streamer pattern as well. We have seen some extraordinary fish caught lately, some approaching 24-inches and even larger. If you’re on the fence on the river through town, this is a great time to go exploring before the water rises.
Olive, Brown, Black – Rubber Leg Stonefly #6 -10
Tan, Red – San Juan Worm #10-16
Black, Red – Zebra Midge #16 –22
Dark Olive, Light Olive, Black, Brown – Two Bit Hooker #16-20
Black Hanging Midge #18-22
Black, Red – Palomino Midge #18-22
Olive – RS2 #16-20
Olive Captive Dun #18-20
Black/white/olive/brown – Complex Twist Bugger
Black/white/olive/brown – Wooly Bugger
Black/white/olive/brown/yellow – Barely Legal
Olive/black/red – Simi Seal Leech
For the safety of our customers & our employees, all of our fly shops are temporarily closed to walk-in shopping.
To make a purchase, please call one of our shops and we will deliver your flies, gear, or fishing supplies curbside! You can reach the Eagle Fly Shop at (208) 939-6065. Pickup 9am – 5pm – Monday thru Saturday
Here are some realtime charts for the Boise River.
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