Lake Koocanusa has been fishing okay. The two largest rainbows have been at 9 lbs. We have lost a couple that I think were bigger in the 10-12 lb. range.
Streamer flies have been picking up most of the fish. We have been averaging 6 to 10 fish per day.
The darker colors like purple, black, brown have been working the best. We caught a few fish on the dark colored Lyman plugs. Also a few fish on the rainbow patterned Rapalas.
I really feel that the bigger fish will be showing up anytime now. The surface water temperature has been 50.0 degrees and dropping about ½ a degree per day. Also catching and releasing 4 to 5 bull trout a day. Remember we cannot keep any bull trout this year.
This fishing report was provided by Capt. Bob, of Mo Fisch Charters. Call them at (406)755-4414 or visit their website www.mofisch.com.
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