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Henry’s Fork Lodge, Idaho

Imagine if you will a vast, crystal clear spring creek where the wild rainbows can be as easy or as challenging as you like. Then imagine fifty miles of such a river with countless water types, prolific hatches and entire floats that rarely see anglers. And lastly imagine an elegant and understated lodge on a wooded bluff overlooking it all.  That is Henry’s Fork Lodge, one of the Rockies premier destinations for over twelve years.

Additionally, Henry’s Fork Lodge is ideally situated to fish the other great waters of the area including the Madison, Yellowstone, Firehole, Gibbon, Gallatin, Slough Creek, the Lamar, Hebgen Lake, and Henry’s Lake. Non-anglers will enjoy the tasteful accommodations, the close proximity to Yellowstone Park, and additional activities such as hiking, horseback riding and mountain biking.

Whether you are seasoned traveling angler or a newcomer to the sport and region, Henry’s Fork Lodge will provide you with an angling experience that you will appreciate and enjoy. Guiding provided the local experts at Trouthunter and Henry’s Fork Anglers.

Henry’s Fork Lodge:
Henry’s Fork Lodge was designed by award-winning architect Joseph Esherick. Mountain buildings were one of his specialties, and because he was also an avid flyfisherman, he built in all the special features that anglers require.  The Lodge was nominated for national architecture awards for its distinctive combination of elegance and comfort.

They have six units in the main lodge, including two deluxe suites with a separate bedroom and a living room with a fireplace. The eight cottage suites all have private bedrooms and sitting rooms with fireplaces.  The Lodge’s decor is highly distinctive featuring wood paneling, antique furniture and oriental carpets.

Henry’s Fork Lodge Fishing:
The lodge is located in the heart of the country’s finest flyfishing. The rivers fished contain only wild fish – no hatchery stockers here – making every outing a genuine flyfishing experience. Anglers worldwide have called the Henry’s Fork the finest dry fly stream in the world. In addition to the Henry’s Fork you will also have opportunity to fish the Madison, Gallatin, Yellowstone, Firehole, and the South Fork of the Snake.

Henry’s Fork Lodge Travel:
The lodge is located approximately 25 miles south of Yellowstone and 45 miles Idaho Falls. If needed it is possible for the Lodge to provide a shuttle from either airport.

Accommodation, guiding, meals, pre-dinner beverages and appetizers and airport transportation (8am to
8pm) from Idaho Falls or West Yellowstone.