Clark Fork Fishing Report – 3/20

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With the slightly warmer weather this weekend, you shouldn’t expect much change in the fishing even with the little bit of rain. The temps are holding around 50 degrees and the flow hasn’t bumped much with the warmer weather last week. Nymphs have still been the most consistent fishing choice to date. Tandem rigs with olive double beaded stones, San Juan worms, pheasant tails, crown jewels, amber princes, jig stones, Pat’s rubber legs and lightning bugs will all be good bets. For streamers big dark articulated patterns have been getting some serious action. Dalai Lama’s, Dungeons, double gongas, And Butte rats are working well. The flow above town is sitting around 1820 cfs and running a bit dirty.

 

 

 

 

HATCHES: midges, skwalas, march browns

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