First, let us start be sending our best to our friends down in Rockport, Texas. As many may know, Capt. Jeff spends his winters in Rockport operating Fly Fish Rockport, his saltwater fishing business. He employs two full time Captains down there, each with family and friends as well. Fortunately, everyone is safe and sound.
Fly fishing on the Missouri River in Montana continues to be solid. The tricos continue to linger throughout most of the river. Although every day can be a little bit of an adventure. Not shocking when the bugs don't quite "achieve" like you would like them to in your stretch. Especially if the wind is
Missouri River Fishing Report - August 3rd, 2017 Fly fishing on the Missouri River in Montana continues to be very good right now. The Tricos are still pouring off in the morning, and our fish are still eating them. So leave your nymphs at home! This late in the hatch, the bugs are much better
Dons' first Carp on the fly, while fishing above Cascade, Montana Missouri River Fishing Report - July 19th, 2017 Fly fishing on the Missouri River in Montanais very good right now. Trico season is upon us. So let the frustration begin!!! It's that time of year again. Trico swarms line
Fly fishing on the Missouri River in Montana is pretty darn good right now. We would love to say its great, but are biting our tongues as we are watching our water levels fluctuate a bunch lately. Fortunately, things are on the drop... for now??? The dropped the river close to another 1000 cfs today.
Fly fishing on the Missouri River in Montana has gotten a lot better since our last report. The PMD's have finally arrived. And caddis too. But the PMD hatches have been pretty good lately. They are heaviest from the canyon stretches on downstream. But they will continue working their way upstream in the coming days.
Fly fishing on the Missouri River in Montana has gotten a little better since our last report. We would say that it was due to the water finally stabilizing, after rising every day for a week straight. But honestly, they have been dropping the water the past couple days now. Of course, we believe that
Fly fishing on the Missouri River has been decent. Not great, and not terrible either. The biggest news of the past few days is the rising water levels on the Missouri River. We have gone from just over 7,00o cfs to 11,300 cfs in just about a week. So this has some of the fish
Fly fishing on the Missouri River has been pretty good. Not great, and certainly not terrible either. The biggest news of the past few days is the rising water levels on the Missouri River. We have gone from just over 7,00o cfs to 9,300 cfs in just a few days. So this has some of the
Fly fishing on the Missouri River continues to be very good right now. We are still seeing excellent midge and BWO hatches daily. On bright sunny days, you can still find fish up and feeding, but it takes a little searching. Add a few clouds or weather, and the river comes alive with rising trout.