Snake River Fly is a 4200 Sqf Full Service Fly Shop located in Pocatello, Idaho. We offer Sage, Winston, Loop, St Croix, TFO, Redington,NuCast, Allen, Lamson, Abel, Ross, Simms, Hareline, Wapsi, among others. The only local guide service in Pocatello servicing the Main Snake. Classes and daily demos. Happy hour starts at 5
We will have Chis Hunt down at the shop on June 21st showcasing his new book. A great adventure guide to fishing the beautiful country and rivers Yellowstone has to offer. A must have for any body living close by or planning a trip to the park.
We will have copies of the book available for purchase and Chris will be talking about his work more in depth and signing your copy. The signing will start at 6:00pm at the fly shop.
Give the shop a ring if you have any further questions.
SRF will have a booth set up during the event showcasing some of our inflatables that are perfect for running any river especially the Portneuf. We will also have some fly rods set up doing some casting and talking about fishing the Portneuf and what you can expect.
Who: City of Pocatello is hosting a kickoff event this summer to raise awareness about how we can use the Portneuf recreationally right here in Pocatello.
What: Floatin’ Poky’s Portneuf is a kickoff event to raise awareness about the health of Poky’s Portneuf and encourage floating. We will offer a shuttle that runs between Edson Fichter and Centennial. Participants need to bring their own floats and PFDs. We will have a celebration at Centennial Park for those that are taking a break from floating. There will be booths, food, and games at Centennial. Attendees are encouraged to park in the Pocatello Community Charter School parking lot.
When: July 18th, 2019 from 5:00-8:00pm
Where: We will encourage floaters (small rafts, kayaks, canoes, and tubes) to float from Taysom park to Centennial. More experienced rafters can put in at Edson Fichter for a longer float
The water is in great shape on both rivers and the fish are happier than ever. We are starting to see some consist dry fly fishing and the streamer bite with these cooler temps has been awesome.
Henry’s Fork: The salmon flies have started to disappear but the other hatches are still going strong. Lots of overcast days bring the BWO out in full force along with some caddis, midge, March browns, and soon the PMDs and drakes will be popping.
Swinging streamers in whites and olives have been a great choice if the dry fly game isn’t for you. If the fish refuse your bugs on top tying a soft hackle on and giving it a swing is a sure fire way to convince a couple to munch.
Rubber leg nymphs and San Juan worms are always a must have in you box but don’t hesitate to pack a few split cases, frenchies, and midges.
South Fork: BWO and march browns have been some solid options for sticking fish on top. With warmer weather on the horizon start looking for more PMDs to starting showing up.
The streamer bite has been GOOD! Whites have been the best so far for finding some bigger browns on the lower stretches. Get your sink tips ready to bang some banks.
Rubber legs, worms, frenchies, and soft hackles are the ticket while nymphing any section.
Now all you have to do is head that way and get em good! Swing by the shop and we will get you set up with the right bugs and answer any other questions you may have.