Fall has arrived on the Henry’s Fork in Idaho. This picture was taken earlier this month at the gravel pit, looking upriver toward Harriman State Park. Flowers are gone, grass is turning, fall hatches are about to get underway. You can see the remains of an early snow storm on the distant hills.
Walking down to the Henry’s Fork in Idaho, I glanced over and saw this net hanging on a fence post. It makes you wonder. Did someone catch a fish that was so big it tore their net apart? Or was it just an old net that had seen better days and the fisherman left the bones here in this fitting place. We’ll never know, but it sure makes you wonder.