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Date:
Mon, 1 Feb, 2016
Fishing Water Report:
The Bitterroot River is fishing very well right now. In the mornings, the fish are down deep so keep your nymphs on the bottom. Using a grid, hit every inch as these fish are not moving ... moremuch in the mornings. Look for slow seams and bends. It is fishing well through out the day with dries working best in the afternoon with midges being the top choice.
Date:
Tue, 15 Dec, 2015
Fishing Water Report:
The temperature is dropping through the week and then warming up into the low 40’s on Friday and Saturday. Keep away from the Midges and Nymphs till January but a Prince with ... morea Pheasant Tail could do the trick. Streamers are also a good choice. Bell Crossing Fishing Access was a good choice through the deep pockets on stray fish moving upstream.
Date:
Tue, 1 Dec, 2015
As we move into the winter, you will get more productivity in the afternoon as it warms up. Put away your midges and nymphs until January and get out your princes with a pheasant tail. ... moreMake sure they are on the bottom as the trout are not going to move much. Look at the slower tail outs for rising fish. The recent weather has improved the water levels of the river making for better fishing.
Date:
Sun, 15 Nov, 2015
Because of the significant change in weather, the fishing has been slow recently. Streamers, midges, tiny baetis, and lots and lots of nymphs are hitting.