Clark Fork River
We fish over 80 miles along The Big Blackfoot River, from the North Fork to confluence with the Clark Fork. This may be the most scenic and iconic river in the state and probably in the West. This river is littlered with Brown Trout, Rainbow Trout and native Cutthroat Trout. The elusive Bull Trout can be seen stealing your large trout from the end of your line. While we don’t fish for this endangered species, it is a one of a kind experience to lose a big fish to a bigger Bull Trout. Our hatches start in June with Salmon Flies, Golden Stone Flies and Hoppers into the summer months. The Fall brings an impressive October Caddis hatch. Throwing big streamers will attract big fish on the Black Foot. This river is ideal for beginners and veterans alike.