South Fork Fishing Report – (6.22.22)
Flows were increased to 9,150 cfs as water managers deal with the recent rain and precipitation. The South Fork is in great shape right now. Water clarity is good and the fishing has been solid on all sections. Water temperatures are still cold, so nymphing will be the name of the game. Rubberlegs, SJ Worms and other tungsten jig style numbers have been very productive. Streamers worked low and slow can produce some great fish during the late spring season. Lower river floats are a good option this time of year as the water temperatures are warmer on the lower reaches. We are getting close to salmonfly season but expect the occasional PMD, BWO, Midges and Caddis until water temps warm up. Look for fish in slower water types like eddies, recirculations and deeper holes and runs.
South Fork Fishing Resources:
South Fork Shuttle – Julie’s Shuttle – 208-483-2903