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Smith River, Montana, Fishing Report - October 19, 2016
The stream levels are in very good shape flowing just a little below normal level.
We didn't receive any reports from anyone fishing this past week for some
reason, but the conditions should have been good.
7 Day Weather Forecast: There is a chance of rain on Thursday and Saturday,
otherwise clear this coming week. Highs will range from 52 to 59 degrees and
lows from 33 to 38 degrees.
Recommended Trout Flies:
Brown Sculpin and White Belly Sculpin, size 6
Blue-winged Olives, size 18/16, nymphs, emegers, duns and spinners
Spotted Sedges, size 16/14, larva, pupa and adults
October Caddis, size 6, pupa and adults
Mahogany duns, size 18, nymphs, emergers, duns and spinners
Sandwich Hoppers, green, size 8, 10, 12,
Japanese Beetles, size 16/14
Carpenter Ants, size 16/18
Strategies, Techniques and Tips:
Fish the Brown or White Belly Sculpin streamer anytime during low light conditions, or
early and late in the day. They are good flies for the larger trout.
Blue-winged Olives are hatching.
October caddis are hatching.
Spotted Sedges (caddisflies) are starting to hatch.
Mahogany duns are hatching.
Grass hoppers, Carpenter ants and Japanese Beetles will become more and more
important as the summer goes by.