Posts for tag: montana



Kootenai River Report / July 13-16,2017/GoFlyfishMontana.com

Posted on Jul 14, 2017 by Dave Blackburn  0

River Flow: 9,900 CFS, 8-10 feet of visibility, 54 degrees F. Inflow from Lake Koocanusa: 19,200 CFS Hatches: Caddis, Pale Morning Dunn, Blue Winged Olive, Golden Stone, Midges, Flying Ants and Crane Fly. Effective Patterns: Caddis, Caddis Emerger, Crane Fly, Flesh Fly, Wooly Bugger, Adams, Royal Wulff. Guide report: 30-40 fish raised on dry flies daily, primarily in the mornings […]



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Four-Wheel Drive Tours & Tenkara

Posted on Apr 10, 2017 by Dave Blackburn  0

This year we are adding 4-wheel Drive tours to our guided trips. The tours are designed to offer a guided tour to some of the off-the-beaten-path areas of our area. Since only 10% of Lincoln County is privately owned there are large areas within the Kootenai National Forest that can be accessed by logging roads. […]



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Unplugged in the Yaak | Kootenai Angler

Posted on Apr 08, 2017 by Dave Blackburn  0

Off-the-Grid Lodging Alternative If you are looking for the ultimate in getting away from it all, look no farther. The last several winters I have worked on an 80-acre property situated overlooking a high mountain meadow in the Yaak. The Yaak is located in the extreme NW corner of Montana, and it’s where I obtained […]



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Disabled Veteran's Fishing Trips | Kootenai Angler

Posted on by Dave Blackburn  0

Last fall was our third annual year for the Disabled Veteran’s trip. As you may have heard we were able to negotiate a special access to allow a small group to fish between the Dave Thompson Bridge and Libby Dam by boat. The area has been closed to fishing from boats since the dam’s inception […]