Where are the best places to float the Clark Fork River? Where are the safe launch points to load and unload your floats or drift boats? Thanks to our friends at King Fisher Fly Shop, we have a few recommendations to help you enjoy the most of what this exciting river has to offer, including maps!
Missoula residents know where their water comes from...turn on the tap and Mountain Water provides the water. But, on the Confederated Salish and Kootenai reservation the issue of water rights has a long and complicated history, but some solutions are being proposed.
Based on the high water levels and the possibility that it could continue to rise in the coming hours, County Officials suggest that residents in significantly affected areas secure alternate housing accommodations. The longer citizens wait, the greater the possibility of increasing hazards and more dangerous conditions for them and emergency responders...
As of Tuesday morning the flood watch remains in effect for the Clark Fork River, flood stage is 10 feet, it's currently at 9.7 feet. The weather service is predicting that the Clark Fork will reach flood stage early Thursday morning. For more info you can call 258-4636
Monday, our news guy, Peter Christian, reported:
According to the National Weather Service, a flood watch is issued when rivers