Thursday, July 2, 2020
How to Hook the Big One
Eric Eberhard caught this nice-sized fish.
Sunday, January 5, 2020



Some of the finest and most diverse trout fishing in the Lower 48 resides within a two-hour radius of the Wood River Valley.

But each of the water types—still water, spring creeks, tailwaters, freestone rivers, beaver ponds and mountain lakes—requires a different set of tactics and techniques for fishing them to their max.

Learn how to target the leviathans in these waters and induce them into taking your fly when Brian Richter presents a free program titled “Fishing for Predatory Trout.”

The presentation is part of the Hemingway Chapter-Trout Unlimited’s monthly program. It will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 9, on the second floor of Whiskey Jacques, 521 Main St., Ketchum. Everyone is welcome.

Richter, a professional fly-fishing guide with Silver Creek outfitters for more than 20 years, is a Southern Idaho native who has been tying flies and fishing for as long as he can remember.

He will discuss when to fish in order to be most successful, as well as where to fish and how to seek out the larger trout.


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