Fishing Report 8/18/19

Can the Hopper Fishing be that good? As a matter of fact it can be! Hopper Fishing has been pretty darn good. Yes, the fall bugs have made an appearance with the larger Hecuba (size 10-12) a few BWO’s and the occasional Mahogany Dun, but for now the Hopper Fishing has been ruling the top water Game. The Trico Fishing continues to be good on most days in the morning until around noon. Then a switch to a larger easier to see hopper pattern should get the job done. Our water levels and water temps have been very favorable to the health of our fishery this year making for an exciting fall to come. The foreseeable forecast is calling for warm temps and clear skies. Make sure you get out and enj

Fishing Report 7/31/19

Fishing on the Bitterroot River and surrounding streams should continue to be fantastic for the foreseeable future. Hoppers, Ants, Beetles and Attractor patterns have been producing some great fishing throughout the day. The USGS guaging station located below Painted Rocks Reservoir on the West Fork of the Bitterroot is currently reading 325 CFS and the Darby USGS guaging station located near Hannon Memorial fishing access site on the upper Bitterroot is reading 547 CFS while Bell Crossing Guaging Station downstream of Hamilton is reading 391 CFS. The upper river and West Fork have been seeing the most traffic both with wade anglers and floaters for good reason, the fishing has been very con






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