Quarterly Newsletter

The Voice of The River

You can find the latest issues of The Voice of the River, HFF's Quarterly Newsletter, below. Contact us at 208-652-3567 or hff@henrysfork.org to get an electronic copy of a past newsletter not listed below or to receive The Voice of the River in your mailbox.

Summer 2014
 

Study in Harriman State Park shows aquatic plants are key to trout habitat in this famous stretch of river.

Winter 2014
 

Fish migration helps explain improved wild trout fishery and 2013 angling season in review.

Fall 2013
 

Challenges to fisheries in a dry year, your pale morning dun arsenal, HFF's Annual Awards, and thank you to donors.

Summer 2013
 

Linking trout research with the fishing experience on The Ranch, fishing for lower Henry's Fork brown trout by Rene Harrop, and thank you to donors.

Winter 2013
 

More trout for the Caldera fisheries, a guide's review of the 2012 fishing season, drought management planning, and a thank you to our donors.

Fall 2012
 

Caldera Symposium wrap-up, Youth on the Fly, HFF's summer interns, and Ashton Dam update.

Summer 2012
 

Henry's Fork Day, first Caldera Symposium, river access improvements, fish salvage, and Ashton Dam update.

Spring 2012
 

Trout in the Classroom, R&R Raffle, Ashton Dam, Henry's Fork Basin Water Supply Study, and Buffalo Fish Ladder

Winter 2012
 

Fish Passage Projects in the Watershed: Connecting Fish to Habitat above Chester Dam

Fall 2011
 

New HFF Executive Director Brandon Hoffner, Summer 2011 Interns, Thank You Henry's Fork Day Donors, Awards and Volunteers, River Buddies 

Spring 2011
 

HFF Director Trafton's Parting Thanks, Fish Passage at Chester Dam,  Ashton Dam Constuction, In Memory-Senator James McClure, RAC Projects

Winter 2011
 

Winter on the Henry's Fork, In Memorium - Ralph Moon, Nancy Byers,  R&R Raffle,  Ashton Update, Watershed Council News, Grandview Boat Slide

Fall 2010
 

Motorboat Issue Divisive, In Memorium - Jerry Crabs, Ashton Dam Update, RAC Projects, Chester Dam Hydroelectric Project, Caldera Project, Final Fish Salvage on Cross Cut Canal