Missoula Fishing Report
The rivers have slightly bumped, while the water temperatures have dropped. Today is supposed to be overcast again, though not as cool as yesterday. By Friday, it should be heating back up to the mid 90’s. Beat the heat and set your alarm for sunrise- fill your fly boxes with some tricos, a couple of PMDs, and some hoppers. Get out early and throw a dry fly. Get into some fast deep water and work your magic. If you’re headed to the Blackfoot, don’t forget your streamers. With the clouds, it would be in your favor to get on the Bitterroot or the Lower Clark Fork. Happy fishing!
Nice Bow caught on the Lower Clark Fork!
Blackfoot River: Tricos, rubber legs, big attractor patterns, hoppers, PMDs, elk hair caddis, stimulators, spruce moths (if there is visible sun)
Bitterroot River: PMDs, PEDs, caddis, yellow sallies, hoppers, rubber legs
Clark Fork River: Hoppers, PMDs, attractor patterns, San Juan worms, tricos, mayflies, yellow sallies, terrestrials, spruce moths (if there is visible sun)
Rock Creek: Streamers in the slower water, royal wulffs, elk hair caddis, purple haze, rubber legs, tricos, parachute adams, spruce moths (if there is visible sun)
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