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River Report : CLARK FORK
April 22ed and the river is flowing at 9,200cfs just shy of the historical average and a water temp of 46 degrees. Fishing is steady all day long with twenty fish days possible but could be outstanding with a few warmer days. The water is very fishable and green. Visibility has improved to at least three feet. With the consistent cool nights we should stay at this good water flow for a while. The FWP folks are saying the Bitterroot and Blackfoot have already experienced their runoff cycle which means it is a good time to get fishing on the Clark Fork . We are in the middle of a warmer spring cycle so expect the river to stay at the 10,000 cfs cycle for a while. Seems like swimming a stone fly nymph and trailing pheasant tail will still work till the day warms up and the Skwalas and BWOs are out . Water is warming and the fish are striking harder right now indicating the feeding cycle has begun.Cheers Steve
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