Fly Fishing the Henry’s Fork River from the Headwaters to Confluence with Mike Lawson
WHERE to fish on the Henry’s Fork … HOW to fish Henry’s Fork … Fly Fishing map of the Henry’s Fork … Henry’s Fork Fly Patterns … TECHNIQUES
Mike Lawson is without a doubt the angler most associated with the Henry’s Fork of the Snake River. As a boy he grew up fishing it with his father, as an adult it has been the center of his life’s work as a guide, fly shop owner, and outfitter, and now it has become a principle subject of his major book “Spring Creeks”. In this feature-length video he shares with you some of his hard-won knowledge of fly fishing Henry’s Fork.
Big Trout are what the Henry’s Fork is known for and you will see quite a few in this production, but mostly it is about where and how to fish the river. Along with taking you personally to every major angling stretch he gives numerous lessons on presentation. You’ll discover his preferred techniques and patterns for the three significant water-types you will encounter when you travel to this famed fishery.
Expert Instruction is delivered by Mike, his brother Rick, and by guests Jack Dennis and Kelly Galloup. All appear in segments emphasizing different portions of the Madison. Top spots you’ll discover include: the Box Canyon, Harriman Park, Osborne to Riverside, Mesa Falls to Warm River, Ashton, Chester, Fun Farm, Del Rio, St. Anthony, and Parker. It is truly and action and information packed visual adventure.
- ACCESS POINTS AND ANGLING OPPORTUNITES
- FLOAT AND WADE FISHING WATERS
- THE THREE RIVERS OF THE HENRY’S FORK
- TOP STRATEGIES AND TECHNIQUES
- DRY, NYMPH, AND ATTRACTOR Henry’s Fork Fly Patterns
120 Minutes – DVD
- Weight: 0.25 lb
- Width: 5 in
- Depth: 0.25 in
- Height: 7 in