Henry’s Fork:

The current flows out of Island Park are 1,260 cfs. Fishing has started to improve but you will still need to dig deep and work hard to catch some fish. You are going to want to have zebra midge variations; black, red, etc., olive bullets #16, toddlers olive and black #14 or #16, and rubber legs. Seems like the best dry fly activity is in the early evenings (5-7pm) with peacock caddis. Streamers may also work in black & olive.

Warm River is still high and a little off color but is starting to show some life again. A few salmonflys were spotted flying around the other day. I would be sure to have some salmonflys, March browns, and caddis on you for those fish looking up. I would also have some rubber legs and olive bullets.

Henry’s Lake has been producing. Small black or red chironomids, small black leeches, and large white articulated steamers have been working when stripped super slow. Be sure to stop by our Island Park Fly Shop for lake flies and our good friends at Drift Lodge to pick up anything you need for Henry’s Lake.

Feel free to stop by our Ashton Fly Shop for a daily report, 1051 Hwy 20 Ashton, ID 83420 208.652.3008, open 7 days a week 8 am – 5 pm.

*Vernon Boat Ramp Update: Fremont County has created a road that should help launch your boat without having to go through the flooded area.

South Fork:

Flows are currently at 8,910 cfs. Nymphing is going to be the most productive with eggs, SJ worms, rubberlegs, and zebra midge variations. Streamers and leeches will also work. The best fishing and conditions will be in the upper sections, water clarity down low is not great.

Stop by our Driggs Fly Shop 76 N. Main Street Driggs, ID 83422 208.354.1200, open 7 days a week 8 am – 5 pm.

Teton River:

Runoff has started, and the river is high and very off-color. We look forward to fishing the Teton when flows come down.