Monday, March 28, 2011

Missouri River Fishing Report From Craig MT

April3 2011

April showers bring May flowers, yes, it's raining some, showers, but, this time of the year, it helps the fishing. Streamers, are very good right now, and no weeds! Nymphing is good, not great, Dry fly spotty , wind and cloud dependent. Birds are flying, grass is growing, Midges are hatching! And, there are fish rising in the afternoons and late during the evenings. Book today for Spring and summer trips, still have some dates open in May and June. The Fishing days have gotten shorter, about 11:00 am- 7:00 pm, but , there are some huge fish to be caught, on dry's, streamers, and deep nymphs. The nymphs I have on my other page will work wonderfully, when it warms up, try some, get out and have fun!
GNats in sizes #16-20, cripple midge(Black) #18. And, BWO cripples, emergers, and Drys you can see , anything small and pink is a great small Winter - Spring fly. #16-22 , ( Zebra's, PT's, Brassies, sow bugs, tasty bugs ,small # 16-22),even larger nymphs(scuds, worms,... stone flies, sizes #12-16) will produce ...Streamers fished deep and slow, will produce big browns of gold...Check my fly selection for patterns

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