The Clark’s Fork is fishing slow to fair for rainbows, browns and whitefish at the fish hatchery in Clark.
Midges are the primary insect activity. With the warmer temps Clarks Fork is high and muddy with the rain and snow we have had since Saturday.
CFS: 2020 at Clarks Fork Fish Hatchery
Flies for the lower Clark Fork: Streamers are your best bet, backed by sowbugs, scuds and small nymphs. Medium size rubber-legs in black, brown or purple are good searching patterns. Trail these with silver, red or purple bead Black North Fork Specials, Prince, hare’s ear, pheasant tails, or a Blooms soft hackle jig, size 12-16.
Dries are Griffith gnats, renegades, sparkle duns
Streamers: Wooly buggers, slump busters, JJ specials, Sex dungeons, or your streamer of choice.
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