Fishing Report: July 11, 2010

The Bitterroot river has continued to drop over the past week. Current water levels are at or slightly above average and leveling off. The river is in great shape for floating and fishing. Abundant hatches are making for some consistent dry fly fishing. Green and gray drakes, PMD’s for the may flies, golden stones from #8-#14 are coming off in large numbers on the warm afternoons. If you choose to stay on the water until dark there is also a great caddis hatch. Most of these hatches will continue throughout the end of July. See ya on the river.