Clark Fork River Fishing Report – 3/18

Clark Fork River Fishing Report - 3/17

Kingfisher customer Trent on the Clarkfork 3/15/214


The Clark Fork is dropping and stabilizing from the little bump of Pre-run-off water
we got last week. The flow in town is right around 5300 cfs, and the river is still 
off color and high.  Nymphing and streamers are still turning fish though.
Look for back channels and braids.  These spots have been hiding some big fish.
Olive or black streamers are working well for the big guys, but a well presented
size 18 parachute adams over their head will be hard to resist if the bugs 
and fish cooperate.

HATCHES: midges, capnias

FLIES: Small prince nymphs, bacon and egg combos (San Juans in tandem with an egg patter), Griffith’s gnats and zebra midges on sunny days, slow moving or jigged rabbit streamers in front of sighted pike.

Other Info: The Kingfisher is the largest dealer of Simms Fishing Products in the Rocky Mountains.