Missouri River Fishing Report, June, 2019

The Missouri is fishing great and one of the better options for right now

Wednesday, June 19, 2019
5,860 CFS @ Holter - Temperatures on the Missouri are in the high 50's and the fish are very active right now as a result. Both dry fly fishing and nymphing have been very good. Use caddis and baetis in the afternoons for your dry flies & scuds and sow bugs will work great for your nymphs. Don't hesitate to fish your nymphs in faster water now.

The Missouri is fishing good & a great early summer option right now

Wednesday, June 12, 2019
6,200 CFS @ Holter - The Missouri is a great place to spend a day of fishing right now. The river is fishing well and the flows are at level conducive to wade fishing. PMD's are here and the fish have been coming up to take them for the past couple of days. Standard nymph rigs with scuds, sow bugs, and crawfish patterns are all working right now.

The Missouri is fishing good & a great early summer option right now

Saturday, June 8, 2019
6,390 CFS @ Holter - The Missouri is at a very manageable fishing level right now. Nymphing has provided the most action throughout the day with scuds & mayfly nymphs. We've had reports of the best nymphing being on the upper stretches of the river while the best streamer fishing is being found from the dam to Craig. PMD's are around the corner!

Flows on the Missouri have dropped & t he fishing has picked up

Monday, June 3, 2019
6,250 CFS @ Holter - Flows on the Missouri have dropped down to around the 6,000 mark making the Missouri accessible to the wade fisherman. The nymph fishing has been very good with sow bugs, worms, and mayfly & caddis nymphs. The dry fly fishing has been decent but not great & the streamer bite is picking up. PMD's are right around the corner!

Flows on the Missouri have dropped & t he fishing has picked up

Monday, June 3, 2019
6,250 CFS @ Holter - Flows on the Missouri have dropped down to around the 6,000 mark making the Missouri accessible to the wade fisherman. The nymph fishing has been very good with sow bugs, worms, and mayfly & caddis nymphs. The dry fly fishing has been decent but not great & the streamer bite is picking up. PMD's are right around the corner!
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