Fly-Fishing Trails in Idaho
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Fly-Fishing Trails in Idaho

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Idaho has 26 fly-fishing trails. The most popular trails are Boise River, South Fork, Hagerman Area, Snake River and South Fork. Trails.com member Allison K. recently completed Henrys Fork–Harriman State Park.
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The section of the St. Joe from the town of Avery to the headwaters is designated a Wild ...
Henrys Lake is probably the finest fly fishing lake in Idaho. If you know of a better ...
If you are in eastern Idaho or northwestern Wyoming and are looking for a smooth meadow-type ...
The South Fork of the Snake River, all 60 miles of it, is one of the great river systems ...
Internationally famous, “The Creek,” as locals refer to it, is perhaps the finest piece ...
Through this pristine, scenic wilderness flow crystal clear waters that now contain an ...
From its origins in the Sawtooth range, the upper Salmon flows north through the mountains ...
The 30-mile upper river from Powell to Wilderness Gateway Campground Bridge is catch and ...
Kelly Creek is one of the great trout streams in northern Idaho’s panhandle region. Special ...
If you like to hike or backpack and fly fish, Idaho offers some of the best and most picturesque ...
This area is commonly referred to as “Sealy’s” because of nearby Sealy’s farm. Because ...
Pine Haven to Warm River—This remote area is highly rated for scenic beauty and is a good ...
Over the years this area has been called the Gravel Pit, Osborne Springs, Piney Point ...
To many fly fishers the seven miles of river in the Last Chance/Harriman State Park area ...
Quite simply, this canyon, below Island Park Dam is quite simply a gorgeous place to cast ...
Fishing in Idaho during April, May, and early June can be limited by area closures or ...
The Clearwater has long been considered Idaho’s top steelhead river, boasting a strain ...
Idaho has a great alternative to, or respite from, fly fishing for trout: warmwater fish ...
Residents of central and southwestern Idaho are fortunate to be very close to one of the ...
A rich, freestone-type stream, the Big Wood River flows through the Wood River Valley ...
These rivers and headwaters are about 30 miles east of Sun Valley. They’re some of the ...
Takes its name from downed and drowned cottonwoods, cover for multitudes of trout. Any ...
Erratic water releases make this river difficult to wade, but great to float. Issuing ...
Number one in TU poll. Drought and erratic water flows once plagued the fishery, which ...
Toughest spring creek you’ll ever love. The river’s stately flow seems, at times, to be ...
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