The Missouri near Craig and Wolf creek is producing good dry fly action with daily hatches of caddis and pale morning duns. Nymphing is also productive on the seams and riffle drops.
The Month Ahead:
Tricos will become the dominant hatch in the late summer with the best action in the early mornings. Afternoons tend to be slower with decent nymph fishing in the riffles and seams and some hopper fishing.
Long Term Fishing Forecast:
The Missouri is a tailwater and always produces. In the fall the beatis hatch can produce nice fishing on a cloudy day. The Upper Missouri is also a great September and October location and some large trout move up out of the lakes.