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Windy, Snowing, Raining, and cold....but we prevailed the only boats on the water and it produced with Rookie Flyfisherman. Quoted from them: "Best freshwater fishing I've ever done!"
Date:
Wednesday, 11 May, 2016
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
Fishing is so good right now that I had 2 brothers who are 9 and 12 and they caught so many trout there arms were wore out at the end of the day! ... more

we caught Rainbows in the 3 to 5 pound range all day. It should be like that the rest of the month.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Sunday, 10 Apr, 2016
Fish Caught:
20 fish or more
Winter is a great time to fish the Missouri River. The warmer weather has reduced the ice on the shores and should make for some great weekend fishing. Certain parts of the river, ... moreespecially from the dam to Craig produces ice free water because of the moderate weather. You should be looking for winter runs. As the weather warms, we may get some good streamer fishing. The fish are in the slower waters for the winter so look for convergence of seam lines and feeding lanes into it. Nymphing hot bead sow bugs with midge larva is a good setup. Some fish are starting to eat midges on the top.
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Monday, 1 Feb, 2016
The wind continues to kick this week along with the storm that has rolled in making for some challenging conditions. Look for fishing access where there is shelter from the wind. Wooly ... moreBuggers with small beads continue to produce. Make sure to keep them deep and hit every inch as the fish are in winter mode and not moving much.
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Tuesday, 15 Dec, 2015
Woolly Buggers with small beads like copper John’s or Princes have been getting good production on the Missouri River. Expect the trout to stay deep during the morning hours ... moreand move to shallower waters in the afternoon as it warms. As it warms this weekend, the catches should come off providing great winter fishing.
Fishing Water Report:
Date:
Tuesday, 1 Dec, 2015
Fish Caught:
4-8 fish
The river flow is at winter levels below 3000 cfs. Nymphing has been a hot way to fish. The flies will be small, size 20's. RS2's, Purple Death and some Ray Charles are a good starting ... morepoint. Now that we are into the beginnings of the winter weather the nymph rod will be your weapon of choice. Start the day with a normal length of leader to fish deep. As the day progresses, try shortening the length. During the warmest part of the day you may find fish in relatively shallow water. This weekend is going to be around 40 degrees.
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Date:
Sunday, 15 Nov, 2015