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Smith River, Montana, Fishing Report - January 11, 2017
The water is very cold in the park and it has a lot of ice with water temperature
barely above freezing. While it is possible to catch trout feeding on midges in
water that cold, it isn't very productive.
7 Day Weather Forecast: The weather is going to be clear until next Tuesday.
Highs will range from 19 to 27 degrees and lows from 1 to 9 degrees.
Recommended Trout Flies:
Brown Sculpin and White Belly Sculpin, size 6
Blue-winged Olives, size 20, nymphs, emergers, duns and spinners
Midges: Blood (Red), sizes 20, larva, pupa and adults
Midges: Cream, size 20, larva, pupa and adults
Midges: Light Green, size 20/22, larva, pupa and adults
Winter Stoneflies, size 16 and 18, nymphs and adults
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.
Winter stoneflies are hatching.
Midges are hatching - creams, light greens and reds or blood midges.