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Missouri River Reports

Wednesday, August 27th

Posted by Bryn on Aug 27, 2014 | Missouri River There are some weeds breaking up on the MO being that it is a tailwater river.  The trico bite slowed down after the cooler wet days but is picking back up as the warm days continue.  Although more rain storms are forecasted for this weekend.  Nymphing has been promising and keep an eye out for the baetis hatches as we approach the
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Thursday, August 21st

Posted by Bryn on Aug 21, 2014 | Missouri River The hopper bite on the MO has been really good.  Trico hatches are still occurring pretty much every am but the hatches vary, the evenings will be most productive with hoppers.  Flies: Tricos, Chubbies, Hoppers, Ants
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Saturday, August 16th

Posted by Bryn on Aug 16, 2014 | Missouri River The Missouri is running a bit higher than average still but has not influenced the fishing.  The storms forecasted may or may not improve the fishing but the good thing is the fish are eating a variety of flies.  Trico spinners are good choices from mid-to late morning.  Hoppers are out and the bite can be hit or miss but is a
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Saturday, August 9th

Posted by Nick Moses on Aug 9, 2014 | Missouri River The Missouri River is still fishing well per usual. There have been good spinner falls of Trico’s in the morning around 9am, and decent hopper bites throughout the day. There haven’t been very big caddis hatches this year but they are also still worth a try. Nymphing is always an option with the usual tailwater stuff, and throwing streamers around especially
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Tuesday, August 5th

Posted by Bryn on Aug 5, 2014 | Missouri River Fish are starting to get on the hopper bite on the lower MO.  Tricos are still a good option in the mornings.  Small flashy bead heads are also effective.
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Wednesday, July 30th

Posted by Bryn on Jul 30, 2014 | Missouri River The dry-fly fishing on the Missouri has been great this year.  There are so many natural Tricos on the water at times that you might have better luck not throwing a Trico pattern.  PMDs in the mornings and caddis in evenings are great options.  Hoppers along the banks with a bead head dropper are also a promising rig as hopper season continues
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Friday, July 25th

Posted by Bryn on Jul 25, 2014 | Missouri River The Trico season has started on the MO.  PMDs and caddis are also good flies to use.  Terrestrials such as ants and beetles have been effective and hoppers are beginning to make an appearance.
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Monday, July 21st

Posted by Bryn on Jul 21, 2014 | Missouri River The weeds are starting to come in on the MO although it is not terrible.  Fishing has been good both on top and underneath the surface.  Tricos, PMD patterns and spinners are good choices for the Missouri.
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Thursday, July 17th

Posted by Bryn on Jul 17, 2014 | Missouri River The MO is a good option for fishing lately and will be evident when you see the amount of anglers on the river.  Dry fly fishing has been great using Caddis and Tricos.  In the mornings and evenings PMDs have been a good choice as well.  When dry-fly fishing slows nymphing is always a good option using split case, or crack back
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Friday, July 11th

Posted by Bryn on Jul 11, 2014 | Missouri River The Missouri has been a popular choice for the anglers.  Fishing has been good from top to bottom. Wading is still a bit challenging but doable.  Mayflies, PMDs, Tricos, Caddis and Sallies are good choices for fishing the MO.  Scuds, worms and crayfish are typically a safe bet as well.  The streamers are  also a great option, especially on cloudy
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