We found this video posted on the Boise Valley Fly Fishers Facebook group. Opening Weekend on the South Fork Boise River.
The 2nd Annual Fly Casting Tournament & Fly Fishing Boat Show is set for May 12, 2012, at Eagle Island State Park.
Four-person teams will compete in two divisions using a golf tournament format. A maximum number of 12 Gold teams (Advanced) and 18 Silver teams (Recreational) will compete on fourteen land and water based casting targets, or holes. Each hole represents a unique casting discipline/challenge. Lowest team scores win.
“The purpose for the tournament is to generate matching funds for habitat improvement on the South Fork of the Boise River downstream of Anderson Ranch Dam,” says tournament chairman Pat Kilroy. “Last year’s inaugural 2011 Fly Casting Tournament raised $10,000 and was a decisive factor in the completion of the Pierce Creek Culvert project. This money matched other local, state and Federal funds that removed a fish passage blockage for wild trout spawners.”
Kilroy stated that proceeds from the 2012 Fly Casting Tournament & Fly Fishing Boat Show will Continue Reading…
We came across another video with some nice shots of South Fork Boise fishing. Enjoy.
Year 2011 wanes, let’s have a little retrospective video. Here’s a fall fishing video from troutlie.com.
The second to last episode of On the Rise includes some additional video of fishing on the South Fork Boise River.
From the Ted Trueblood Chapter of Trout Unlimited -
More than 130 people took part in the inaugural Ted Trueblood Chapter Fly Casting Tournament May 14 at Eagle Island State Park.
The event was a fundraiser for the Pierce Creek reconnection project on the South Fork Boise River and also served as a fund and friendly competition event for fly fishing enthusiasts across the Treasure Valley. KBOI TV sports reporter Troy Oppie came out to the event and his story was aired Saturday night seen in the video below.
The first of two episodes from the television show On the Rise is now up with a trailer on You Tube.
South Fork of the Boise during the salmon fly hatch.
Thinking back to summer, big flows, big fish on dry flies.
Here’s a rather unexpected fly fishing video from the South Fork Boise River.