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Kootenai River Report – March 12-19, 2016 – GoFlyfishMontana.com

Posted on Feb 17, 2016 by Dave Blackburn  0

Inflow into Lake Koocanusa –  3340 cfs River Flow -10,000 CFS , 10-foot visibility, Water temp 39 degrees. River scheduled to be at 10 to 15 kcfs the next week trying to meet target elevations for Lake Koocanusa. Hatches: Chironomids and Little Blue Quills in the warmer afternoons. Some Silver Stripe Caddis still showing. Patterns: Nymphs and Streamers are the main […]



Montana Fly Fishing Video - Kootenai Rainbow on Streamer

Posted on Jan 26, 2016 by Dave Blackburn  0


Kootenai River Report - Jan 25-Feb 3, 2016 - GoFlyfishMontana.com

Posted on Jan 07, 2016 by Dave Blackburn  0

Inflow into Lake Koocanusa –  3340 cfs River Flow -4,000 CFS , 10-foot visibility, Water temp 42 degrees. River scheduled to me low for the next week or so. Hatches: Chironomids and Little Blue Quills in the warmer afternoons. Patterns: Nymphs and Streamers are the main course of action, slow drifts and dead drifts in the deep slower runs. Some dry […]



Kootenai Angler Featured in The Drake Magazine

Posted on Dec 30, 2015 by Dave Blackburn  0

We were fortunate to have Myers Reece and Greg Lindstrom out to Kootenai Angler this past October for an article aimed to be published in The Drake Magazine. I gotta say, they did a fantastic job characterizing the Kootenai River and all that this fishery has gone through. With all the obstacles we’ve faced on the […]



Kootenai River Report - Oct 1-8, 2015 - GoFlyfishMontana.com

Posted on Oct 01, 2015 by Dave Blackburn  0

Inflow into Lake Koocanusa –  6400 cvs River Flow -5,000 CFS , 20-foot visibility, Water temp 55 degrees. River scheduled to drop to minimum 4,000 for the rest of October on the 2nd. Hatches: Moving into the fall hatches, starting to see October Caddis and Aquatic Moths, small tan caddis, some BWO’s, still seeing some hoppers, small ants, and pmd’s. […]