The Clarks Fork is a tributary of the Yellowstone River flowing that flows southeast through Montana and Wyoming. It is located in the northwest corner of Wyoming next to Yellowstone National Park. It is named for Captain William Clark of the Lewis and Clark expedition. The upper portion of the Clarks Fork River is small, but widens quickly as feeder streams add to its flows. Beginning at the Wyoming border, the upper section of the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone flows 67 miles through Wyoming before returning into Montana. With easy access to the upper section of this river, anglers will enjoy fly fishing for brook, rainbow, and the Yellowstone Cutthroat trout, which are all in good numbers here. The Lower section is maintained by stocked fish from the Wyoming Game and Fish, while the upper is primarily a wild trout fishery and managed as such. Hatches abound here with Caddis being the most abundant. Golden Stones, Green Drakes, Blue-wing Olives, Pale-morning Duns, and Green Drakes will keep you into fish but don’t forget streamers and nymphs. So don’t miss the opportunity to fish this blue-ribbon stream.
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