Reports for Lower Clarks

Lower Clarks Fork

July 3, 2021 9:00 am Published by Leave your thoughts

CFS: 1900 in Clark The lower Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River is dropping daily and has now cleared enough to fish. Hoppers, golden stones and caddis are now active. Yay! Dries – Larger (size 4-10) stimulators, Ho Candy, Horrors, hopper patterns. Elk hair caddis, royal trudes, royal Wulffs and parachute Adams (size 10-14) . Nymphs: bead head Prince, pheasant tails, gold-ribbed hare’s ears, Pat’s stones, Spanish bullets in black, pearl or purple and North Fork Specials size 6 and smaller. Streamers, or going deep with weighted nymphs recommended.