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River Report : CLARK FORK
July 18th and the river is flowing at 3,400cfs and warmed to 62 degrees. Perfect days now that clouds and rains have returned and most of the ramps are packed with boat trailers. Now is clearly the time to fish the Clark Fork. The vis is 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 in the afternoons. The river hatches are enough to thrill even the hard core fly tier. Green Drakes, Blue wing olives and Caddis flies are at the head of the dry fly list. We are all fishing attractors and droppers during the day and switching to small naturals after about two. With the sunny week I would stay with a small attractor till you see a afternoon hatch. Steve
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