Idaho's Winter Fly Fishing

November 27, 2004 By: Marshall Cutchin

I think the first time that I realized fly fishing for trout could be excellent even in the cold of winter was watching fish rise all around us as we sat in a freezing duck blind on the Bighorn River in Montana. Dan Boyd writes about the mid-winter opportunities in Idaho and describes fishing the South Fork of the Snake River. “After all, even during a cold Idaho winter, fish still have to eat.” In the Pocatello Idaho State Journal.