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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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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.
A sure sign spring is on the way! 4 feet of snow inching it's way off the roof of the HFA. It's hard to tell but That's about a 5 feet of snow and ice dangling percoursliy off the roof.
Spring is slowly creeping it's way to East Idaho! We expect blue wings any minute! The midge fishing has been good and fish are eating small bead heads. We want to see your favorite early spring beads. Post pics of your favorite and tell us why it's your favorite. I am a big fan of a sparsely tied pheasant tail. You can tie it in many differnt sizes, I also like to tie them with different color beads. Fish them in #16 and #18s  this time of the year.
What a great weekend to be on the river! Temps near 40 and midges were thick. We couldn't find any fish eating dries but they were more than willing to eat #16 brown zebra midges.
It been warming up in east Idaho. Its time to dig out the waders and get on the water! Check out our latest fishing report.
We received confirmation yesterday that HB496, the bill in the Idaho Legislature that could have put the Harriman Park at risk, was kicked out of General Orders and sent back to the House State Affairs Committee where it will not heard again this session. For now it is officially dead. However, it could rear its ugly head again next year. Thanks to all who contacted legislators to let them know why this was a bad bill and a bad idea.
Things are really looking good for our snowpack. We haven't had a strong snowpack year followed by another strong snowpack year since the 1990s.
Although it isn't official we've received word that HB496 is dead. This bill would have called into question the agreement that gifted the Harriman Ranch to the State of Idaho. We thank all who made the effort to contact legislators in this regard. Again, this isn't yet official.


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