Clark Fork Part 2

Today the Boughton brothers of Montana Wild and I went down to the lower Clark Fork. This is big water, and also big fish country. We arrived early and got onto the water before 8:30 am. Travis started out by catching some feisty cutties and rainbows out of the front of the boat, as the fish down here always fight hard. Travis and Zach started the Montana Wild blog a few years back, and it has turned into a pretty big thing for them. They are really into video making, especially hunting, and have some great stuff out. They even took this upcoming semester off from school to get more great footage. We were only on the water for a few hours, due to a short float, but some decent fish were landed and it was an awesome morning out there. We also encountered a little bit of whitewater the Lower Clark is known for, but nothing too serious to row through.

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Clark Fork Rainbow

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Travis with a good Rainbow at the end of the float

The Lower Clark

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About flyfishingwest

My name is Trevor Anderson. I live in beautiful Missoula, Montana, and guide fly fishing trips around this amazing state. If you would like to inquire about a fly fishing or hunting trip in Montana you can call Latitudes Outfitting Co. at 406-363-3123.
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