Clark Fork River Fishing Report – 3/9

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The Clark Fork Is just getting going.  The mornings have been a little cold still, but by mid day things should be warmed up enough to start rockin and rollin.  Nymph fishing has been the most consistent by far but I have been getting some really good reports on streamers too.  For nymphs count on pat’s rubber legs, double beaded stones, big pheasant tails, dark copper johns, San Juan worms, microstones, midge patterns, and lightning bugs.  For streamers big dark articulated patterns have been getting some serious action.  Dalai Lama’s, Dungeons, double gangas, And Butte rats are working well.  The flow above town is sitting around 3000 and running marginally clear. Enjoy! spring is upon us.

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