The Clarks Fork has decreased in flows substantially in the last few days. Take advantage of this opportunity to fish it before runoff starts up again.
CFS: 1970 (these flows are at Belfry, MT)
Flies for the lower Clark Fork: , large rubber-legs in black, brown or purple are good if trailed by a black or Redhead North Fork Special, purple soft hackle jig flies, Prince nymph jig flies and Blooms soft hackle jig. Size 4-8 on the larger nymphs; size 10 through 14 for the trailers. Hatch flies – dry, emerger or nymph have been size 10-24. Three to 5X tippet depending on size of fly.
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