: Henry's Lake: Action is slowing down somewhat. Best strategy will be to head for creek mouths. All creeks coming into the lake have good water levels this season. Cooler water coming from them attracts fish because of higher dissolved oxygen concentrations. The same applies to spring holes. Get to these locations early in the day to present your favorite leech and damselfly nymph patterns, but expect company from anglers in the know as the day advances. Want to experience even better still water fishing than Henrys Lake currently offers? Its not far from Henrys Lake and can be found during the Madison Arm gulper activity on Hebgen Lake.
Reported by: Jimmy' All Seasons Angler
Lures & Spinners
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
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