I spent a week in NW Montana, camping and fishing. Among the streams fished were the mainstem or Big Blackfoot and its tributary, the North Fork.
The Big Blackfoot is big, and best fished from a boat, which I didn’t have. Saw no hatches, and the fishing was pitiful!
However, the North Fork was a different story. A bit of hiking provided access to a beautiful set of wadable glides, ideal for the native westslope cutthroat. They rose to bushy attractors and gray caddis. We caught 40-50 fish daily (photos will be published in the galleries shortly). Wonderful scenery, and great fishing!
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