Northwest Fly Anglers   

A Family Oriented Fly Fishing Club

Clark Fork Outing

  • July 07, 2017
  • July 09, 2017
  • Superior, MT


  • this is for the registration of the outing host only

Registration is closed

HOSTS:  Maura & Carl Johnson

Carl and Maura Johnson host this Montana weekend at their cabin in Superior, Montana. 

Is 430 miles one way a long way to go for a weekend of fishing? It depends on where you are going and whom you are going to be with when you arrive.  Many people come from all over the world to fish in Montana.  We only have to cross eastern Washington and the panhandle of Idaho to get there.  Once you get to Superior (a 6-1/2 hour drive), you will be fishing with fellow NFA members and will be the guests of Carl and Maura Johnson.  Carl has two drift boats plus a big outdoor gas grill and he knows how to use it.  Maura is a great cook. Tenting is on the Johnson's large lawn which has the softest green grass in the neighborhood. There is a big porch with chairs and lots of shade trees.  The list of amenities goes on and on.  Most of us will float the river but there are places to bank fish.  The $25 fee covers meals for Friday dinner through Sunday lunch.


  • Montana fishing license.
  • Fishing equipment: 4 or 5 weight rods, floating lines, 3X and 4X leaders, and strike indicators (for nymph fishing). 
  • Camping gear: tents, sleeping bags and pads, and flashlights.
  • Folding camp chair. 
  • Suitable floating devices include: pontoon boat, raft, or drift boat. 
  • Wet flies: Pat’s stonefly nymphs, size 8s and 10s. 
  • Dry flies: yellow stimulator, size 8s and 10s; brown elk hair caddis, 14s. 
  • Water bottle. Camera (in Ziplock bag). 
Getting There 
  • Drive east on I-90 420 miles to Exit 47 (Superior). 
  • Turn left at bottom of ramp. 
  • Drive north through Superior and turn left on Mullan Rd. 
  • Drive about two miles and look for Johnson’s cabin on left.
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