A pilgrimage to one of the most popular American trout streams

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Chris Santella reports from the fabled Henry’s Fork.

Idaho’s Henrys Fork — technically the Henrys Fork of the Snake River — begins at Henrys Lake, 15 miles west of Yellowstone National Park. Supplemented by cold, clear water from Big Springs a few miles south of the lake as well as a number of tributaries, it flows southwest for 127 miles before joining the main stem of the Snake River below Rexburg.

LINK (via: The Washington Post)

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