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FAQs 2018-04-05T10:27:36+00:00

Below are a few commonly asked questions, however, if you do not find the answer to your question below, please give us a call or send us an email. We are always happy to respond to questions.

Gratuities are at your discretion. The following are guidelines. For guides, we suggest $50 per guest, per day. We prefer you tip them directly. For lodge staff, $20 per guest, per day. This can be left with your final bill.
The Clark Fork Outpost is about one hour and fifteen minutes from Missoula (and two hours and fifteen minutes from Spokane, Washington).
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Mid-May to mid-June is typically high water on the Clark Fork. It varies by year so it is best to stay in touch with us.

Summer= Late June through August

Late June the CF clears and fishing coming on strong with Stoneflies and some bigger mayflies. The Caddis will just begin to show up at this time. Good bug activity runs through July, transitioning to Tricos & Terrestrials (hoppers) in August.

September into October are the glory Days of the Lower Clark Fork. The consistent hatches make for predictable fishing. Comfortable temperatures during the day and cool nights keep the water just right for trout and bugs alike. During this time we will see Baetis, October Caddis and Mahogany Duns until it becomes to foul to fish. (Mid-late Oct.) This is a beautiful time of year without the tourists of summer.

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Yes! Less than ten miles down the road is Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort. Quinn’s has 6 pools for soaking and swimming.  The three soaking pools range in temperature from 100 to 106 degrees Fahrenheit.  The Swimming pools typically range from 88 to 95 degrees.  They also offer a polar plunge which ranges from 55 to 60 degrees.

The cost to use the pools is $10 per session Monday – Thursday, and $12 Friday – Sunday and holidays.  Don’t forget to bring towels!

Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort

Quinn’s Hot Springs Resort

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