|Another perfect day...|
So the current report looks like this:
Blackfoot River-rubber legs brown, purple prince, czech nymphs, if you're going to be a dropper dangler. Purple haze, smaller hoppers, October caddis patterns late in the day, if you want to actually use your fly rod to cast. We love the smaller white Coffey fly if you want to pitch a streamer.
Bitterroot River- The trico fall has been good, but I'd bet this is coming to a close. Choose a good mayfly pattern when you grow weary of casting to sipping trout. Like that would ever happen. Hecuba are out but they are out but there aren't many. In the right spots, the fish will be on them. Peep show, P.t., purple anything.
Clark Fork-Hoppers are still on the menu. Purple haze 14 will get it done, even as a searching pattern.
We've been throwing straight dries, but I'm sure the usual dropper suspects will work. White streamers have been good early in the day. Fish them light and keep them high enough to see the takes. It's more fun that way.
Rock Creek- Word has it that the fishing has been good along it's entire length. Big Goddards, purple haze, light colored Wullfs, small Adams. Check in with Deb at Trout Bums, as she gets good daily info from other anglers.