Fly Fishing Idaho Guide Book

by Bill Mason (No Nonsense Fly Fishing Guidebooks)
Fly Fishing Idaho  by Bill Mason

80pp/maps/illustrations
ISBN: 1892469170

This colorful guide provides a clear understanding of the most enjoyable and rewarding waters in Idaho. Detailed maps annotated by the author show you where to fish and how to get there. In this guide you'll learn about Salmon River, Silver Creek, High mountain lakes, Big Wood River, Henrys Fork, Kelly Creek, Clearwater River and many more.

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Trails from the "Fly Fishing Idaho" Guide Book
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... Preview: These rivers and headwaters are about 30 miles east of Sun Valley. They’re some of the most fertile fly fishing water in the state and, depending on the time of year, can be the most productive “big f ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Arco, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: A rich, freestone-type stream, the Big Wood River flows through the Wood River Valley in the Ketchum/ Sun Valley area. Trout of high quality and good size challenge fly fishers most of the entire 75 m ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Ketchum, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Residents of central and southwestern Idaho are fortunate to be very close to one of the state’s best trout streams. It’s not uncommon for businesspeople from Boise to leave work and, in about an hour ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Dixie, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Idaho has a great alternative to, or respite from, fly fishing for trout: warmwater fish in ponds, pothole desert lakes, and even the lower sections of major rivers like the St. Joe and Snake. Plus, f ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Bruneau, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: The Clearwater has long been considered Idaho’s top steelhead river, boasting a strain of these fish that can exceed 20 pounds. These “B” run fish (versus the smaller “A” run) enter the Columbia River ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Arrow, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Fishing in Idaho during April, May, and early June can be limited by area closures or unfavorable water conditions. The Hagerman area presents a unique water situation that solves this seasonal dilemm ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Hagerman, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: This area is commonly referred to as “Sealy’s” because of nearby Sealy’s farm. Because it’s open year-round and has catch limits, fly fishing is better than ever. Because of limited access, floating i ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Ashton, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Quite simply, this canyon, below Island Park Dam is quite simply a gorgeous place to cast a fly. Truly monster trout patrol this three-mile stretch, and their presence has enticed fly fishers for year ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Last Chance, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: To many fly fishers the seven miles of river in the Last Chance/Harriman State Park area is Henrys Fork. Despite siltation, weeds, and regulations, this is some of the greatest dry fly water in the Un ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Ashton, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Over the years this area has been called the Gravel Pit, Osborne Springs, Piney Point or the most commonly accepted label, Woodroad 16. Though similar in structure to the nearby Harriman State Park se ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Pine Haven, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Pine Haven to Warm River—This remote area is highly rated for scenic beauty and is a good spot to get away from humans. However, you must work inordinately hard to get into fish on this water. Over th ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Ashton, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Henrys Lake is probably the finest fly fishing lake in Idaho. If you know of a better one, you might want to keep it to yourself. The 4.5 by 3.5 mile lake is shallow, with an average depth of 18 feet. ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Island Park, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: If you like to hike or backpack and fly fish, Idaho offers some of the best and most picturesque high mountain lake fishing in the country. Generally the farther into the backcountry you go, the bette ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Stanley, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Kelly Creek is one of the great trout streams in northern Idaho’s panhandle region. Special catch and release regulations have helped save the stream’s indigenous cutthroat trout, though overall it do ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Pierce, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: The 30-mile upper river from Powell to Wilderness Gateway Campground Bridge is catch and release and the best bet for fly fishing success. The 50-mile lower river from the Wilderness Gateway Bridge to ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Lowell, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: The section of the St. Joe from the town of Avery to the headwaters is designated a Wild and Scenic River. The eastern stretch of river is a Wild Trout Trophy Fishery. The lower sections feature fine ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Avery, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: From its origins in the Sawtooth range, the upper Salmon flows north through the mountains to the small village of North Fork, a distance of about 170 miles. The river then heads west on a 450-mile jo ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Ellis, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Through this pristine, scenic wilderness flow crystal clear waters that now contain an abundance of Westslope cutthroat trout. Overfishing nearly depleted the cutthroats, but catch and release regulat ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Stanley, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: Internationally famous, “The Creek,” as locals refer to it, is perhaps the finest piece of dry fly water you can find. It’s also one of the largest, purest spring-fed streams in this country. Silver C ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Picabo, ID - Fly-Fishing
... Preview: The South Fork of the Snake River, all 60 miles of it, is one of the great river systems in the state of Idaho. Starting in Wyoming, the South Fork’s fertile and rowdy waters produce huge fish. Fly fi ... From the guidebook "Fly Fishing Idaho"
Swan Valley, ID - Fly-Fishing

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