Western Montana Fly Fishing Report by the Mountain Man
By angelamontana

Posted: July 2, 2013


With this hot weather, the fishing has really changed from a week ago.  Lower parts of area rivers seemed to have slowed with dry flies.

Upper Rock Creek is still good with caddis and small stone fly patterns.

The bigger fish on most parts of the Blackfoot seem to have lock jaw.

The upper Clark Fork is very warm and full of river salad!

The upper Bitterroot is still good with drake patterns and small yellow and golden stone fly patterns.

Georgetown lake is pretty good with various dry flies patterns-if not too windy.

Lets hope for rain and cooler temps!

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(Report by Mountain Man John Perry; Photo: johnperryflyfishing.com)

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