Blackfoot River Report by Kingfisher Fly Shop 8.16.17
By angelamontana


Here’s the Blackfoot River fishing report from Kingfisher Fly Shop as of 8.16.17:

The Blackfoot has started giving up some better fish again finally. With the cooler nights we have been having mid morning has been the way to go. Temperatures got down as low as 36 degrees in Ovando last night! Hoppers and terrestrials have been the way to go. Spruce moths are pretty much done. They might show back up later in the month. For dries use big elk hair caddis, hoppers, Chernobyls, Stimulators, hippie stompers, super beetles, ants, parachute adams, and purple hazes. For nymphs use Pat’s rubber legs, princes, double beaded stones, CDC pheasant tails, MacGruber nymphs, San Juan worms and big green machine nymphs. For streamers use double dirty hippies, sparkle minnows, aztec minnows, articulators, and sculpzillas.

HATCHES: golden stones, hoppers, crickets, ants and beetles, PMD’s, spruce moths






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