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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

The Clark Fork has been fishing very well from top to bottom. They’re still taking larger bugs on the surface, but are definitely interested in miniature mayflies when the time calls for it. For dries, use rusty spinners, midge clusters, tiltwing mahoganies, sprout baetis (button emergers), D&D cripples, October caddis, and orange PMXs.  For nymphs, use Pat’s rubber legs, jig stones, prince nymphs, jig quill nymphs, San Juan worms, caddis pupae, pheasant tails, and green machine nymphs. For streamers, use big black and olive patterns fished tight to the banks and in deeper holes.

HATCHES: BWOs, mahogany duns, October caddis, fall drakes

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop