Rock Creek, MT: 4/8 - 4/11 Warning: Long trip report follows! I just returned from a 4-day trip to Montana were I celebrated my 34th birthday. It was great! Corey Shueffle and I fished the Clark's Fork on Friday with some success (12 fish or so...). It was Rock Creek that delivered the holy grail! We fished it Saturday, Sunday, and Monday. We caught somewhere between 125-150 fish fish over those three wonderful days. The river required a lot of nymphing (stone nymphs, skwala nymphs-Clark Jenning's pattern, little hares ears, pheasant tails, soft hackles, ect) but gave up some dry fly action (skwala patterns) in the mid-morning each day. We fished around 15-miles of the river and caught mainly browns, whitefish, cutts, a few bows, and one bull trout a peice, in that order of frequency. The pictures tel the rest of the story. In short, go to Rock Creek! It was a great trip! As this was my first Montana trip, I can truly say, "I get the hype!" It was everything I could have ever hoped to experience! What a birthday present........ I will post more pics in my gallery for those interested in Rock Creek.