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Jack C. Mauer has more than a thirty year investment in fishing, floating and wading the waters of western Montana. He is intimately acquainted with the surrounding fisheries and their corresponding ecologies. It is his passion and enthusiasm for the art of fly fishing, a respect and knowledge of trout habitat, and the ability to expertly instruct the technical aspects of fly fishing that clients appreciate as they return to western Montana and Wapiti Waters. Contact Jack at 800-254-5311.

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Tuesday, March 22, 2011

Bitterroot River report for March 22, 2011

From the charts below one can see that the Bitterroot River is near normal near Darby, but drops in the middle stretches and then is near normal again in the lower stretches near Missoula. Today is in the upper 40 degree range and partly sunny. Not a bad day for fishing and not as many boats during the middle of the week. Get out and wade fish while the river is at a friendly level!

Below are photos from Bell Crossing (middle river section) yesterday afternoon.

Upper Bitterroot CFS chart near Darby, MT

Middle Bitterroot CFS chart down-river (north) of Bell Crossing.

Lower Bitterroot CFS chart near Missoula and the confluence of the Clark Fork

See Wapiti Waters Stream Flow Links for more links to USGS water data in Montana.

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