Missouri River Fishing Report

Thursday, September 7, 2017

Missouri River Report

Current Conditions:
The Missouri near Craig and Wolf creek is producing some daily morning trico action and rising trout.  Terrestrials are more important after lunch and nymphing the seams and riffles also can produce with small technical patterns. 

The Month Ahead:
The Mo won’t change too much in the coming weeks.  Tricos early and terrestrials later.

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.