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Teton

The river has risen two feet in the past 48 hours and is running around 2300 CFS. Fishing will probalby be tough until the levels start to settle down or stabilize.

Teton River

South Fork

Flows are shooting up again and the water clarity is very poor. The river is running around 18,200 CFS and rising.Try finding some eddies and throwing streamers through them. Side channels can bring success as well. You can also try nymphing deep. Some hatches of BWO's have been coming off in the...

South Fork

Henry's Fork

Big Fish

Fishing will continue top become a tougher with the rising flows due to all the rain and runoff. The lower river is running very high right now because of all the water coming out of the teton river and the falls river. Look for fish rising in slower pools where the runoff will not affect them as...

Henrys Fork

Henry's Fork

Fishing has been great. Use streamers, nymphs, midges, and blue wing olives. A good set up for nymphing is a double nymph rig. A good lead fly is a rubber leg or roe pattern. Trail a small may fly (size 16-18) or a zebra midge (size 18-20) 6-8 inches below the first fly. My first choice would be...

Henrys Fork

South Fork

Flow: 3500 Flows are dropping every few days which means there will be more and more opportunities for wade fisherman. Fish midges, streamers, and blue wing olives. A good set up for midges is to fish two grifith's gnats, one trailing about 5 inches from the first. This imitates a couple of midge...

South Fork

Henrys Lake

This is a great time of year to fish Henrys lake. Fishing is good throughout the lake so the crowds will be spread out a little more as well. Your basic leach patterns trailing a scud or other small fly works well. The weather is getting cooler and by early next week the temps will be dropping into...

Henry's Lake

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