September 2018


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 October 25, 2018

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What You Might Have Missed in HFF News

Intern Blog: Bye Idaho, It's Been Reel

Intern Blog: Wait - Was I Supposed to be Doing Work this Summer?

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Intern Blog: The Finale

Intern Blog: Turn Back the Clock

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Intern Blog: Summer Peaks



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August Cooler and Wetter; Island Park Reservoir Stays Well Above Average


August turned out to be a little cooler than average, with near-average precipitation, providing a little relief from what has otherwise been a hot, dry summer. Due to careful management and adherence to a 1,000-cfs flow objective in the river at St. Anthony, Island Park Reservoir is 73% full, compared with only 46% full on average at this time of year. This will allow above-average winter flow for the second consecutive year.

See Rob’s most recent blog for more!

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What You Might Have Missed - Special Highlight

Lewiston’s Will Godfrey Lands Prestigious Angling Award

Lewiston man honored for contributions to fly fishing ‘education, conservation and administration’  by Eric Barker

"Godfrey perfected his fly tying while earning a master’s degree in Agricultural Economics at University of Arizona. From there, he went on to earn a doctorate at Montana State University. As a Bobcat, he was lured more and more by the pull of trout-filled rivers and fly fishing."

-- Excerpt from the Lewiston Tribune

Read the full article here.


"The Henry's Fork"

A Video Project by Sonja Wolke

This year's St. Lawrence University Visual Media Intern, Sonja Wolke, created a video to showcase what makes the Henry's Fork unique and why this river holds a special place in all of our hearts.

Watch the video to take a look at the Henry's Fork from a variety of different perspectives and scales.

Join Us in Jardines de la Reina, Cuba

We have joined together with Jon Stiehl and TroutHunter to host a fly fishing trip to Jardines de la Reina, Cuba from February 22 - March 2, 2019.  Only a few spots are available so now is the time to secure yours!

Known as The Gardens of the Queen, Jardines de la Reina is an archipelago in the southern part of Cuba. It is a fly-fishing-only national marine park with a larger fishable area than the entire Florida Keys.

The fly fishing pressure is light as only a few hundred anglers fish this vast area annually. Bonefish, tarpon and permit are the primary species.

For more information click here.

Youth on the Fly 2018

Youth on the Fly continued in its 6th year thanks to guides from our local Henry's Fork fly fishing outfitters including, Henry's Fork Anglers, Three Rivers Ranch, TroutHunter, and Teton Valley Lodge, volunteers who ran shuttles, and individuals and organizations who donated resources to make this a memorable day. Many students enjoyed catching their first ever fish on a fly rod while developing an understanding of the uniqueness of our local fisheries. 

HFF Brings Back "Current Conditions" Posters​​​​​​​

Last summer, HFF started a new effort to share the most up-to-date data with anglers by posting that information at Ranch access sites each week from May to October. These "Current Conditions" posters allow HFF to share data and information with the folks who need it -- anglers headed out to fish that day. The information primarily focuses on outflow out of Island Park Reservoir and factors that might affect fishing conditions in the Ranch, but this year, posters also feature water quality information for the entire Henry's Fork watershed. 

In addition to posting the flyers at Ranch access sites each week, HFF shares the information with local guide shops and on social media. Keep an eye out for those weekly updates through October.