Mark is so cheap. He buys twelve flies and draws on them all season. This is a shot from Rock Creek last week as he turned a golden stone into a salmonfly. Plenty of salmonfly adults on the lower river. John fished Rock Creek again from the confluence of the forks of the creek at Skalkaho Road and took out at concrete bridge two days ago. Don’t believe there was much sign of salmonflies up near the forks. They caught a ton of fish subsurface and the pink worm was king again.
Another one of our guides, James, was on the lower Bitterroot two days ago and the nymphing was great. The flows on the rivers have dropped a great deal and, while the water is still high, the conditions and fishing are good. John was on the Bitterroot on Saturday and we’ll try to get a report from him tomorrow. I don’t have any recent reports on the Clark Fork or Blackfoot, but I will try to pass those along as soon as they come in to us. Should be some good salmonfly fishing on the Blackfoot in the near future. Good fishing to you and check back soon.Tweet