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Henry’s Fork Lodge, Idaho

Imagine if you will a vast, crystal clear spring creek where the wild rainbows can be as easy or as challenging as you like. Then imagine 50 miles of river with countless water types, prolific hatches, and entire floats that rarely see anglers. And lastly imagine an elegant and understated lodge, designed by an award-winning architect, on a wooded bluff overlooking it all. This is Henry’s Fork Lodge, one of the premier destinations of the Rockies.

Early season fishing on the Henry’s Fork is outstanding and relatively unknown outside the area. The Henry’s Fork is one of the only rivers in the northern Rockies that doesn’t suffer from high water and murky runoff. It is spring fed and also controlled by a dam, so offers dry fly fishing right from the start of the season. What’s more, late May is the start of the famous salmonfly hatch on the lower river. You’ll have the chance to fish large dry flies to big browns and rainbows while most anglers are still waiting for other waters to clear and drop.

Mayfly and caddis hatches will also have stared by late May, and almost all of the Henry’s Fork will be open to fishing. The Henry’s Fork’s famous spring creek hatches and dry fly fishing will be well underway near the lodge.

2020 Spring Special Dates:
May 22 – May 28

$2,788 for a 4 night / 3 day package based on double occupancy
$3,565 for a 5 night / 4 day package based on double occupancy
$4,073 for a 6 night / 5 day package based on double occupancy

Included: Accommodations and meals at the lodge, transportation between the lodge and either Idaho Falls or West Yellowstone airports, guided fishing, use of rods and reels, lodging tax

Not Included: Airfare, fishing license, staff and guide gratuities, flies, fly fishing tackle, alcohol

Contact Riley at 800.552.2729 for information on Henry’s Fork Lodge