The Henrys Fork, also known as the North Fork of the Snake River, is located in southeastern Idaho. The river flows approximately 130 miles from Henry's Lake to its confluence with the Snake River. The river is named after Andrew Henry who arrived in 1810 employed by the Missouri Fur Company. The Henry's Fork is deemed to be one of the finest trout fly fishing in the United States and anglers worldwide dream of one day making it to this epic location. The river is a wild trout stream managed by the Idaho Department of Fish and Game and there is no stocking.