Best Fishing in the State!

The Big Hole is as good as it gets right now.  I was on yesterday and caught fish on Hoppers, Spruce Moths, Trico's, Green Drakes, and Brown Drake Spinners.  All dry flies!  The water is in fantastic shape and will remain so through the season.  Look for the Trico and hopper fishing to only get better.  We're seeing some very nice fish this year.  A friend took a beautiful, big male brown the other day on a Spruce Moth.  He taped 24".  

We can't say enough about the fishing on the Beaverhead.  It is as good as it's been for 15-20 years!  The hatches are heavy with Caddisflies as thick as they have ever been.  Look for the fish to be eating PMD's, Sallies, Caddis, and the Craneflies are starting!!!!  Yesterday though we had some very good fishing on hoppers.  Big fish this year.  Lots of quality rainbows and browns with some tipping the scales over 5 pounds.  The water is clear - time to hit the Beav!!!

Clark Canyon is fishing very well.  Nice fish, both browns and rainbows are being taken on midges, damsels, and leeches.  Catch rates are high this year.  If you haven't seen your backing lately you should head to Clark Canyon.  

Poindexter Slough is kicking out some huge fish.  The Trico's are there but look for most fish to be on hoppers and Cranelfies.  A good friend of ours had a brown recently that went over 7 pounds.  Yes you read that right.  

All small streams in the area are fishing excellent with great reports of some brookies and some big cutthroats.