The King Fisher Fly Shop | Clark Fork Fishing Report – 10/18 #FlyFishing #FishingGuide #FishingReport #Fishing

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

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Fishing has stayed very solid along the whole length of The Clark Fork lately. Browns have been chasing streamers on the upper end and rainbows have been gorging themselves on nymphs below town. There is still a short window in the afternoon to find fish still looking to eat dry flies. Count on the mahoganies to become a distant 2nd to the baetis for dryfly success as the cold weather sets in. You’ll continue to have good dryfly action, but it’ll be a shorter period than you’ve been used to these past weeks. The streamer fishing continues to be very good with yellow still being the most productive on the upper river and olive or black generally producing best below Missoula.

HATCHES: Hoppers, PMDs, caddis, BWOs, Hecubas, tricos, streamers

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop