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River Report : CLARK FORK
June 27th and the river is flowing at 5,600cfs and a cool 58 degrees. Perfect conditions so many of the ramps are packed with boat trailers. Now is clearly the time to fish the Clark Fork. The visability very outstanding at 5 feet. Nearly any shallow rock can be seen and avoided. A rich assortment of Mayflies in all shapes and colors. From the western Green Drake to the PMDs that are now out nearly all day . The river is finally red hot with all sorts of hatches , enough to thrill even the hard core fly tier. Green Drakes, Blue wing olives and Stone flies are at the head of the dry fly list. We also have an abundant tan Caddis hatch starting at 5pm in the evening . The Caddis have the fish looking up in the afternoon. Brooks fished in the rain on June 24th and customers found lights out conditions with over 50 fish coming to dries. If you get the chance to fish the Clark Fork in the rain do it, period. Steve
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