Snake River Secrets: One River, Two Very Different Streams
You don’t want to make the mistake of fishing the Snake River the same way on both sides of the border. Snake River Secrets compares and contrasts the different reaches of this 200 mile long stream as it flows from its headwaters in Yellowstone National Park in Wyoming to its confluence with the Henry’s Fork in Idaho. While the Upper Snake (in Wyoming) and the South Fork of the Snake (in Idaho) is essentially one river, Snake River Secrets highlights how they are really two very different streams. Be prepared for a little laughter, for this presentation contains quite a bit of humor.