Montana's Clark Fork

“Within the span of 20 miles, the Clark Fork gathers the Bitterroot and Blackfoot rivers, along with Rock Creek, as fine a collection of trout streams as exists in the lower 48 states. Rushing north and west toward Idaho’s Lake Pend Orielle, it reaches grand proportions and, against considerable logic, the fishing improves with the expansion.” Charlie Meyers writes about Montana’s westernmost big river in the Denver Post.

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