BTW this is what I was able to find out about conditions at Henry's Lake: Action is making up for the slow summer season. Leach patterns presented in shallow water are producing on either side of the hatchery. It is getting crowded here so here's tips for other locations.
Those fly-fishers braving the waters in tubes and boats over by the cliffs are having success, too. The southwest corner (Hope & Duck creeks) is also producing as is the area near Staley's. Cutthroat trout, averaging three to five pounds; cutthroat-rainbow hybrids of up to 12 pounds; and brook trout up to three pounds abound in the waters of Henrys Lake.
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