Trip Report Clark Fork Report

Ali Baba

Active Member
#1
Fished a few new to me sections of the Clark Fork over the weekend between Forest Grove and St.Regis. I was
surprised by some of the looong flat water sections, but enjoyed the river. The first day we had some great action at pod's of sippers on PMD's and Trico's. The rest of the fishing was primarily the hopper dropper game and was also good. Landed some very nice rainbows, but the fish of the trip for me was as a beauty of a cutthroat. IMG_0094.JPG IMG_0090.JPG IMG_0084.JPG IMG_0062.JPG
 

Richard E

Active Member
#4
Fished a few new to me sections of the Clark Fork over the weekend between Forest Grove and St.Regis. I was
surprised by some of the looong flat water sections, but enjoyed the river. The first day we had some great action at pod's of sippers on PMD's and Trico's. The rest of the fishing was primarily the hopper dropper game and was also good. Landed some very nice rainbows, but the fish of the trip for me was as a beauty of a cutthroat. View attachment 148455 View attachment 148456 View attachment 148457 View attachment 148459
Nice! Fishing from #6 or #8 hoppers to #22 Tricos - that's some fun fishing! Did you wade or float?
 

Ali Baba

Active Member
#5
Nice! Fishing from #6 or #8 hoppers to #22 Tricos - that's some fun fishing! Did you wade or float?
It was some fun fishing and fun exploring new sections of that river. We floated two days and waded some creeks in the area the following day. Day 1 was forest grove to superior and day two was sloway to st. regis
 

Alex MacDonald

that's His Lordship, to you.....
#8
I'm unfamiliar with both Forest Grove and Sloway: know Superior and St. Regis both pretty well as the jumping off spots for our trips to Kelly and the upper St. Joe.
 

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