Henry's Fork

We are blessed to be near one of the most famous trout streams in all of the United States. The Henry’s Fork encompasses 1.7 million acres and over 3,000 miles of rivers, streams and canals in eastern Idaho and western Wyoming. Here, you will find some of the finest fishing in the entire United States. The Henry’s Fork derives its name from Andrew Henry, an early fur trader and partner in the Missouri Fur Company. Henry first entered the Snake River plateau in 1810 and built Fort Henry on the upper Snake River, about five miles south of present day St. Anthony. The Henry’s Fork is a tremendous dry fly fishery loaded with many species of trout, large wild rainbows and the ever elusive brown. The river flows through gentle flowing ranch land, timber covered canyons, and spring creek like sections, with tributaries that are spectacular fisheries in their own right.

 

 


 

Henry's Fork of the Snake River Map:  Henry's Fork Interactive Boat Access Map

Click a TRR fish, zoom in/out, and read the discriptions of all the spots we use to float the Henry's Fork of the Snake River in Idaho.


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Henry's Fork Shuttle Service

We offer River Shuttles on the Henrys Fork of the Snake River, Teton River, and Fall River. Call to Schedule your Henry's Fork Shuttle Now (800) 360-9051

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