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|Three Rivers Ranch|
Water flow: 2,560 cfs
Visibility: 24 inches
Water temperature at mid-day: 56 Degrees F
Water condition: Stained
Best time of day to fish: Late morning through late evening.
Best stretch: Ashton dam to Fun Farm bridge
Best access point: Ora bridge boat ramp, Vernon bridge boat ramp
Fly fishing hatches in order of importance:
Salmon Flies, Caddis, Rubberlegs, Nymphs, & Streamers
Fish species: Trout
Fishing season: Year Round (Prime: May-Oct)
Nearest airport: Idaho Falls Airport (IDA)
Recommended fly fishing leader: 9 Foot Leader
Recommended fly fishing tippet: 3X Tippet
Best fly fishing rod: 9' 5 Weight Fly Rod
Best floating fly line: Trout WF
Best sinking fly line: Streamer Stripper Sink Tip
The North Fork of the Snake river, better known as the world famous Henry's Fork is a river of diversity. From a small stream at it's headwaters near the MT/ID border, it quickly becomes a full sized river with the meeting of the millions of gallons of water a day, emerging from Big Springs. Tail water sections, broad flats, isolated canyons, plunging waterfalls and long riffles flowing through farmlands all ...
can be found during a day's fishing on this beautiful river and its tributaries.
Rainbow trout make up the majority of the trout population, but brook trout, cutthroat, hybrids and browns, including a new state record caught in 2007 that weighed an amazing 27.3 pounds can also be found.
The river is very fertile, and rich in insect diversity, Various species of stoneflies, mayflies, caddis flies and other aquatic insects can be found throughout it's length. Fisherman travel from around the world to fish the salmon fly hatch and spend time casting to the ultra-selective trout that call the Railroad Ranch section home. At times these hatches can provide some of the finest and most exciting dryly conditions in North America.
Prime fishing time is usually late May thru late October, but much of the river is open year around, and possibilities for good fishing can occur 365 days a year.
Salmon Flies, Caddis, Nymphs, & Streamers.
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