Idaho is a fly fisherman’s paradise. This great state has it all from small freestone, pocket-water streams to raging rivers, warm-water reservoirs to alpine lakes, and meandering meadow streams to ultra-technical spring creeks. You can pretty much pick your passion and go with it. That’s what I love about this state. For someone who is [...]
Tag: Wood River Valley
The hard packed snow crunches as the blue Chevy Duramax and enclosed trailer come to a stop in the freshly plowed high mountain parking lot. As four people exit the vehicle excitement fills the cool crisp air. The sounds of zippers and Velcro mix with laughter and conversation but soon are overpowered by the sharp [...]
Falling snow usually means one thing for Idaho anglers: Time to case the rod and unpack the decoys. However, if you have had your fill of 4 a.m. wake-up calls, sky-busting poor sportsman, and nasty “river-liver” dinners you pretend to enjoy but truthfully only suffer through out of guilt, there is an alternative. Winter fly-fishing [...]
THE WOOD RIVER HIGH GIRLS SWIM TEAM BUILDS ON A WINNING TRADITION.
There are fish swimming through walls and ducks swimming above your head as if you were walking on the bottom of a pond. An eight-foot flamingo wearing a cowboy hat greets you and all the furniture wear cowboy boots on their feet. And here’s the strange thing: It’s all surrounded by elegant watercolor paintings inside [...]