Missouri River Fishing Report, November, 2017

Missouri River Fishing Report

Wednesday, November 15, 2017
4400 CFS Below Holter - Nymphing has been consistent enough to keep things interesting on the Missouri. The water temps are falling and the fish have moved into slower, deeper water as recently as the past few days. Adams patterns and small BWO's have been productive on cloudy days, coupled with a smaller sow bug.

Missouri River Fishing Report

Tuesday, November 7, 2017
4510 CFS Below Holter - The Missouri is a good place to chase big fish without fighting the crowds. The water temps have dropped and the fish are holding in seams and riffles, but you'll need to tick the bottom of the river to really find the fish. Leeches and larger attractor flies are a good way to hook some nice fish right now.

Missouri River Fishing Report

Wednesday, November 1, 2017
4390 CFS Below Holter - The streamer bite has been hit and miss lately, but we have heard positive things about leech patterns. There is also a chance of decent dry fly fishing right now with adams patterns being a good bet, but that could change quickly with the weather. Nymphing has been a bit better in the mornings than the afternoons.
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