Missouri River Fishing Report, March, 2017

Spring Time on the MO

Tuesday, March 21, 2017
3860CFS@Holter-The Missouri continues to fish well as we transition into spring from winter. BWO's should start to appear on cloudy days as the water and air temps warm up. Nymphing as always will produce the bulk of fish on the MO with small mayfly nymphs being most productive. Streamer fishing should also improve with warmer temps as well.

Mighty MO is a Good Option

Friday, March 10, 2017
3730CFS@Holter-The Missouri is a popular winter fishery for good reason and the fishing lately has been great. Nymphing small pink flies in deep and slow runs will be the most productive method of fishing. There are still a few midges hatching on warm afternoons. Streamer fishing is another good option with most of the fish being taken on the swing

Missouri Low and Tough

Friday, March 3, 2017
3490 CFS @Holter - Currently the Missouri is a good option for productive late winter fishing. Anglers have been reporting fish holding in slower, deeper water. Fishing pink patterns remains the ticket along with scuds and sowbugs. Swinging streamers is also producing on the MO. Look for the warmest time of day to see fish become more mobile.
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