Bitterroot and Rock Creek Fishing Report by Mountain Man
By angelamontana

Posted: March 13, 2013

Wondering how fishing is going on the Bitterroot and Rock Creek?  Wonder no more!  Check out Mountain Man’s fishing report below:

Lots of people fly fishing on area rivers this week.  Some reports of a little bit of dry action on Bitterroot and Rock Creek-but better reports for those using nymphs.  Best nymphs that I have heard of so far are: skwala nymphs, small black nymphs, traditional hares ear-size 10, smaller red San Juan worms, and size 12 prince nymphs. 

Bitterroot has been getting the most fishing pressure this week-mostly cabin fever – enjoyable days on the rivers-but no bragging stories.  With the warm weather, the should be some good windows opening on Rock Creek and the Bitterroot for 1 to 2 hours of dry fly fishing. 

Mountain Man

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