The King Fisher Fly Shop | Clark Fork Fishing Report – 4/13 #FlyFishing #FishingGuide #FishingReport #Fishing #FlyTying

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Fishing Tip / Report from The King Fisher Fly Shop

The Clark Fork flows have continued to drop and rise as “spring” rolls along. Nymphing and streamer fishing has still been the most productive methods, but the dry fly fishing has been getting better and better. The Upper Clark is a decent option right now, with streamers and skwala dries and nymphs being the go to set ups. The Lower Clark is still pretty big and dirty, but on the right day can still produce a bunch of fish. Your best bet will be going during the heat of the day. For skwalas try a flush floater, water walkers, half-down, or a morningwood special. For mayfly patterns try rocky mtn mints, purple haze, March browns, foam-back emergers, and film critic cripples. Streamer fishing has been gooooood, better on cloudy days. Try a skiddish smolt, meat whistle, or a lil’ kim.

HATCHES: baetis, skwalas, march browns

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