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Karlie Rowland Fishing Henry's Fork

When:
Monday, November 15, 2021, 7:00 PM until 9:00 PM
Where:
Quantum Brewing
https://www.quantumbrewingsd.com/
5375 Kearny Villa Rd #116
San Diego, CA  92123

(858) 254-6481
Additional Info:
Event Contact(s):
Wayne Johnson
Category:
Club Sponsored Event
Registration is not Required
Payment In Full In Advance Only

FISHING THE LEGENDARY HENRY’S FORK IDAHO WITH

KARLIE ROLAND

 

The Henry’s Fork of the Snake River in Idaho is rightly known as one of America’s Blue Ribbon trout fisheries. Located in Southeastern Idaho, it is about 127 miles long and is also known as the North Fork of the Snake River. Jim Klug of Yellow Dog Adventures describes it well. “People go to Henry’s Fork because of its hallowed waters. It’s legendary – known as a technical river with big fish, and famous for its hatches. If you’re a trout fisherman, you need to make the pilgrimage to the Henry’s Fork. Our November presenter Karlie Rowland is one of the most requested guides on this famous stretch of water. She will guide us through the seasons and hatches of a river that has become a favorite of many destination anglers in Southern California. Often touted as “technical” water, Karlie will unlock the secrets she has learned in her many years of guiding. For the  dry fly fisherman, the river offers outstanding hatches through gentle flowing ranch land, timber covered canyons and spring creek like sections, with tributaries that are spectacular fisheries in their own right.

 

Karlie grew up with a fly rod in one hand and a camera in the other. She spent her summers in Last Chance, Idaho, where her family has fished the Henry's Fork for multiple generations. Over the years, Karlie has traveled from the Rockies to the Pacific northwest to Patagonia as part of her ongoing search for trout, salmon and steelhead. A tireless advocate for fisheries conservation and watershed protection, a passionate angler and educator, and a guide with extensive experience leading fly- fishing schools and hosted travel, she now works for TroutHunter on the river that started it all - the Henry’s Fork. Karlie is on the Hardy Rods & Reels pro staff.