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Fishing Info: Kelly Creek is in the northern part of Idaho's Clearwater National Forest. Like the St. Joe River just to the north, Kelly is born high in the Bitterroot Mountains on the Montana-Idaho border. Similarities between the two waters don?t end there. Both offer fine catch-and-release angling for native westslope cutthroat trout. And although the St. Joe is called a river and Kelly is dubbed a creek, the two waters are similar in size and character, especially in their roadless headwater sections. Best of all, Kelly and the neighboring St. Joe can easily be fished in the same week. The best fishing is in late July, August, and September. August and September is good for hoppers.

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