Clark Fork River Fishing Report
Our Clarkfork river fishing report comes to you straight from our boats on the river. We are on the Clark fork river fly fishing daily during the season and know what’s happening. For the most successful tips, techniques, and fly selections, check back often for our up to date Clarkfork river fishing report.
Fishing Report + Rating
September 27, 2022
The Clarkfork is fishing well, although the dry fly bite has been hit or miss with the bright sunny days. That should change later this week with clouds and rain moving in. That should really get the Mahoganies and BWO’s going. Have some Flash Cripples, CDC Duns, Tilt Wing Duns, Brindle Chutes and Spinners ready to go when the clouds come in. For now stick with Hopper/Dropper fishing with mayfly droppers and you’ll be rewarded. Streamer fishing is only going to get better with the weather we have coming. Boogiemen, Mason’t Junior, Mini-Dungeons, Chicago Overcoats, Jig Sparkle Minnows, Skiddish Smolts and Peanut Envy’s fished with a sink tip or sinking leader is a good way to go. Change retrieves and colors until you find what they like.
1/2 off Friday’s are still happening, every Friday all year long. (1/2 off your first dozen dries or nymphs)