Kootenai River Fishing Report – August 30 – Sept 6, 2019 – GoFlyfishMontana.com

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Kootenai River Flow: 7,000 Cubic Feet per second, 10-12 foot visibility, 57 degrees. Libby Dam outflow is expected to remain at 7 kcfs through August. Fishing Report: There are hoppers-a-plenty, and our local trout population has taken notice! Now’s the time to get out there and throw some big ol’ bugs, and if you play your cards right, you just might …

Kootenai River Fishing Report – August 4 – 11, 2019 – GoFlyfishMontana.com

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Kootenai River Flow: 7,000 Cubic Feet per second, 10-12 foot visibility, 57 degrees. Libby Dam outflow is expected to remain at 7 kcfs through August. Fisher River Flow: 120 cfs Yaak River Flow: 192 cfs Thompson River: 219 cfs Fishing Report: Hoppers, PMD’s, and Caddis… Oh my! We’ve been seeing some great PMD hatches in the mornings and evenings. Caddis activity …

Kootenai River Fishing Report – July 23 – 31, 2019 – GoFlyfishMontana.com

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Kootenai River Flow: 7,000 Cubic Feet per second, 10-12 foot visibility, 57 degrees. Libby Dam outflow is expected to remain at 7 kcfs through August. Fisher River Flow: 120 cfs Yaak River Flow: 192 cfs Thompson River: 219 cfs Fishing Report: Dry fly fishing is in full effect! We’ve been having 40 and 50 fish days on guided trips! All stretches are …

Kootenai River Fishing Report – June 12-19, 2019 – GoFlyfishMontana.com

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Kootenai River Flow: 20,000 Cubic Feet per second, 8+ foot visibility, 49 degrees; this will be the peak flow for the 2019 season. Scheduled to start dropping to 7k on the 20th of June.   Koocanusa Inflow: 20,000 cfs Fisher River Flow: 422 cfs Yaak River Flow: 655 cfs Thompson River: 585 cfs Hatches: BWO’s, Little Blue Quills, Chironomids, Caddis, …

Kootenai Angler – March Update

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“March is a green muddy month down below, some folks like it, FARMERS mostly.,” said Bear Claw Chris Lapp in a famous line from the movie, Jeremiah Johnson. It was the movie that I saw in the 70’s that was most instrumental in planting that westward migration seed in me. March is a month on the Kootenai that can have some decent fishing …