Fly Fishing in Yellowstone National Park on National Public Lands Day

Yellowstone National Park is a testament to what makes public lands so important.. ..and why they need to be protected for use by all. Chef Colin Ambrose explores these famous trout waters with Chris Simonds and Colton Schofield from Henry's Fork Anglers, swinging big flies for browns, rainbows, and cutthroat. Fly Fishing in Yellowstone National [...]

2021-11-17T21:35:59+00:00January 30th, 2018|Colin's Journal|

Red Flannel Hash

Planning for a float trip requires lists. One of my favorite lists involves kitchen prep for the riverside lunch, or in this case, brunch. Having found a perfect Fishpond canvas cooler at Henry’s Fork Anglers step one was taken care of. Everything I needed fit into one package including the cast iron skillets, paper [...]

2017-11-28T22:45:19+00:00November 24th, 2017|Recipes|

Fly Fishing and Cooking on the Henry’s Fork

Henry’s Fork River St. Anthony, Idaho Morning light is slow to fill Idaho skies on a late September day, a pink line of promise covered the range to the west as we looked across the Henry’s Fork river. No wind to speak of, dark blue cloud free space above revealing [...]

2017-11-25T15:05:30+00:00November 16th, 2017|River Tour Episodes|

Buffalo Tenderloin: Lakeside Lodge, Island Park, Idaho

The Lakeside Lodge is hidden and off the beaten path - perhaps that’s what I liked most about the establishment. Situated at the top of the Island Park Reservoir on Henry’s Fork River, it’s a perfect base camp for adventure oriented groups, especially if you’re fishing anywhere in and around Yellowstone. The lodge is [...]

2021-11-17T20:40:33+00:00October 2nd, 2017|Recipes|

Blackened Buffalo Medallions: Lakeside Lodge, Island Park, Idaho

After a successful day at Mesa Falls, on our way to the lodge we took a left hand turn off of Highway 20 late in the afternoon. Heading into uncharted territory for us, not really knowing where we were going or what to expect. In a hurry to arrive, timing was key to catch [...]

2021-11-17T20:35:51+00:00October 2nd, 2017|Recipes|

Jackson Hole to Mesa Falls, and 20 Minutes on Henry’s Fork River

In May of 1978 I found a flyer posted on a bulletin board at my Alma Mater Utah State University. With a dismal Freshman year behind me, I was looking for a job and I saw an offer on the flyer to plant trees in the Wyoming Hoback Mountain Range. [...]

2021-11-11T17:10:58+00:00October 1st, 2017|Colin's Journal|
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