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Missoula Fly Fishing Report

Missoula Fishing Report 6/14

Fly Fishing Report Brought To You By Our Missoula Fly Fishing Guides And Fly Shop Staff.

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Bitterroot River

The Bitterroot river fly fishing is starting to pick up and water is dropping and clearing up. Still a lot of water and not much for hatches on the main river the last few days. With the water temps warming up, the bugs should come soon. We have been seeing a few Yellow Sallies and Goldens on the mainstem and Salmon Flies on the upper reaches and in to the forks. We may see some Green Drakes with the cloudy weather in the next few days. Nymphing and streamers in the inside seems is what we have been focusing on for the most part. Lots of stonefly nymphs moving around, so use stonefly nymph patterns as your point fly while nymphing and switch up droppers until you find one they like on that particular day.
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Blackfoot River

The Blackfoot River fly fishing is still not great yet due to clarity, but that is changing quickly and should be game on any day for dry fly fishing. Salmon Flies have shown up and there’s a few fish eating them on top. Clarity while not great, is still very fishable especially for streamers. Streamer fishing has remained consistent throughout the week and should continue to be productive. The fish are starting to look up for Salmon Flies but with the clouds on the way, it may slow the hatch down a bit.
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Clark Fork River

The Clark Fork River fly fishing is not good and should be your last option. Clark Fork is always the last river to come around. Might be fishable by end of next week or week after. We will keep you posted.
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Rock Creek

Rock Creek fly fishing has been good lately with lots of Salmon flies river wide. There’s also a few Golden Stones kicking around and expect to see some Green Drakes kick around with the clouds in the upcoming weather forecast. Rock Creek should continue to fish good and is one of the best times to hit the Creek with some great Stonefly hatches.
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June Hatches

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