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Henry's Fork Anglers

Island Park, ID, United States

Endorsed by 7358 people

Henry's Fork Anglers is located on U. S. Highway 20 at Last Chance just upstream from the Harriman State Park on the Henry's Fork of the Snake River in Island Park, Idaho.

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Henry's Fork Anglers is excited to have the infamous
Our snowpack is still holding above normal in the Henry's Fork, Teton and South Fork drainages. It is interesting that some of the other surrounding stations are below normal. The flow at Ashton is still at 3440 cfs, considerably above the normal at about 2000 cfs but it is dropping fast. Predictions are for cool wet weather for the next 2 days. If we don't get a lot of rain the flow should continue to drop. There are lots of caddisflies, March Browns and a few BWOs so fishing should really start to pick up.
The Idaho Department of Fish and Game is starting to electrofish this week. The below dates are where they will be. We will keep you posted if anything changes.

Vernon – April 25, 30

Chester – April 26 and May 1

Box Canyon – May 7, 9, 10
Outflow from Island Park Dam will be increased to 1,800 cfs tomorrow April 25, at 10 AM.

The Bureau of Reclamation has decided to make the adjustment in an effort to keep pace with inflow and prevent Island Park Reservoir from rising too fast. Since there is still ice on the reservoir, there's a concern that if it did rise too fast, the ice could damage the brackets that bolt the rubber collar on top of the concrete spillway.
OK. We're going to have plenty of water. At this juncture it looks like, weather permitting, we'll have another great salmonfly year on the Henry's Fork.
Business cards span over 4 decades.
Cleaning out my desk and ran across some business cards and remembered some great friends who are no longer with us in body but live on in spirit. Thank you.

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