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River Report : CLARK FORK
July 29th and the Clark Fork is finally back to normal with river flows rising back to 2400 cfs and a morning water temp of 64 degrees . We have been getting some rains and the very cool evenings make for a very good day especially during cloud cover. FWP has put in place the "Hoot Owl" restriction to quit fishing a 2pm due to the past hot weather but even with the nice weather break you can expect the restriction to stay in place for a while. This restriction effects most of the rivers in Montana. Our trips are starting at 6am as that is when the fish are most active and water is the coolest. We have virtually unrestricted visability clear to the bottom even in the deeper pools here on the Clark Fork which makes for very fishable water on the bigger attractors. Most fishermen are finding the trout in the am hours with a slowdown at mid day. As the river temps climb be sure to fully revive your catch. Steve
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