The Fork Called Henry’s: A Photo Summary

There is a reason people from all over the world make the journey to Idaho to fish the Henry’s Fork.  Whether you want to fish a tailwater, a canyon section full of pocket water, or a spring creek, the Henry’s Fork has it all.  The lower river is predominantly brown trout, but as you work your way upriver, rainbows become the main quarry.  One of the main reasons I love the Henry’s Fork is because it consistently puts out solid fish.  It doesn’t matter what section of the river you choose the fish, you always have the chance of hooking into the fish of a lifetime.  The past few weeks of winter fishing have been phenomenal on the Lower Henry’s Fork, and things will only pick up as warmer weather begins to set in.  Spring is just around the corner.  Get out and catch some fish!

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“The Straight Arm”

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Pre-Spawn ‘Bow

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Chris With Another Quality Brown

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Seeing Double

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Buttery ‘Bow

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One Hander

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Nature’s Canvas

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Brownie

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Healthy ‘Bow

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Catch and Release

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Spotty

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Golden

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Chris With a Hog

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Chunk of Brown

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Gus With a Pretty ‘Bow

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Quick Release

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Beautiful Hybrid

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Long ‘Bow

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Daily Double

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Rosy Cheeks

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Chris With a Giant Brown

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