Return to Henry's Fork
- Photography by: Greg Thomas
Where the rejuvenated fishing on this classic trout river is far better than you might have heard.
From our Summer 2010 issue...two new titles with outdoors themes: "Keeping Track" by Ed Gray and "Threatened Species" by Jeff Vande Zande.
NOAA today reopened to commercial and recreational fishing 7,970 square miles of Gulf waters along the southern boundary of the federal closed area.
AUTUMN WEB BONUS: A sidebar on building a fly that accomplishes the right float line...From the "All About…Hackle" department in the Autumn 2010 issue.
2010 Rusty Gates Memorial Honorable Mention Story from the Robert Traver Fly-Fishing Writing Award presented by Fly Rod & Reel and the John D. Voelker Foundation
"We’ve used that partridge for so many years it solidifies the usefulness of that material in imitating Callibaetis spinners," says Rene' Harrop of the pattern on our Autumn 2010 cover.
Yes, the Callibaetis Spinner is a beautiful, stunning pattern...but it's also a top stillwater trout catcher. The cover photographer this issue tells you why…
From our "Traveling Angler" report in the Autumn 2010 issue. "We were poling down the edge of a mangrove-lined shoreline that fell off onto a sandy shelf on the flats of Turneffe Flats."
Swtich...and you'll be glad you did with this quick-change lens system...
"Picture this…Dense fog off the tip of Monomoy Island, on outer Cape Cod, visibility about 200 feet, and we are fly-fishing for striped bass."