Something that makes the Bitterroot special, and a pain in the butt to figure out has to do with the endless amount of braids the river contains. Any veteran Bitterrooter (is that a word?) knows when and where to fish, and that the river's big trout are often found in the side channels. What can make the river so
One week, a channel can give up several nice fish. The next week, change in flows, weather, who the heck knows what, and you are shooting blanks. Some of these side channels really shine during our spring high water periods. A lot of fish are seeking to get out of the big flows in the main channel, and take up seasonal residence in the braids. If you can hit it right, it can be lots of fun.
Get out and explore! Enjoy the
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