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River Report : CLARK FORK
March 27th and right on track the Clark Fork has dropped to 11,000cfs and is clearing nicely. Water has turned that cloudy green color which has the fish hunting food . It will take a bit for the fish to really settle settle back down. Typical flow for April is only 5,000 cfs. Expect the nymphs to be the call but the Skwalas are out. Yep the days are warming and here on the Clark Fork we are seeing them flying about especially after 3pm. We have a guide out today the 27th and will let you know how it turned out. Seems like swimming a wooly bugger and trailing pheasant tail will work till the day warms up and the skwalas are out . The St Regis confluence is not to be overlooked for those nymphs. Water is still cold so the fish are slow on the take . Cheers Steve
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