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Fishing Reports by Capt. Colin McLean

12:53 PM

Clark Fork: Muddy and Water Too High - River Score: 2/5 Poor The Clark Fork is still experiencing Runoff; it's typically one of the last rivers to form up for good fishing conditions. We can still fish here if you'd like, but we recommend you check out our other locations and fi more...
Capt. Colin McLean - Clark Fork River

11:30 AM

Bitterroot Nearing Fishable Conditions. Still Dirty - River Score: 3/5 Okay The Bitterroot River is finally recovering from the runoff of late May. The lower ends of the river are still dirty and will need some more time before they make for proper fishing. The upper ends of the river, however, more...
Capt. Colin McLean - Bitterroot River

1:37 PM

Missouri River Looking Great for Anglers - River Score: 4/5 Great The Missouri River () has seen some heavy traffic lately with all of the other rivers suffering from a serious case of runoff, but it hasn't slowed the fishing down one bit. We would have rated the river a full 5/5 if i more...
Capt. Colin McLean - Missouri River

5:52 PM

Heavy Runoff Renders Bitterroot Unfishable - River Score: 1/5 Terrible The Bitterroot River is experiencing heavy Runoff. It's not worth trying right now, the water level is way too high (see graphs below). We're expecting better conditions in June with the tributaries open back up. more...
Capt. Colin McLean - Bitterroot River

7:10 PM

Water Levels Running High at the Blackfoot - River Score: 2/5 Poor The Blackfoot is experiencing raising water levels with increased runoff as the warm weather causes the ice on the lakes to melt off. Water flow speed is increasing as well, making this much more boating conditions than wa more...
Capt. Colin McLean - Blackfoot River

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