Spring fly fishing nirvana is just around the corner on the mighty Missouri River. Yeah, the weather might throw a curveball, but trust me, big fish potential is all worth it.
April: Streamer junkie's paradise
We kick off our trips in April along the Missouri River, just when the water temps hit that sweet 40-degree mark. That's the cue for the fish to wake up. A typical spring fishing day features three rods strung up with all the things – streamers, nymphs and dries. But we believe the best streamer fishing happens in April.
Feeling tough? Throw streamers all day. Big browns can't resist the slow-strip streamers.
Nymph junkies, listen up
Hold on though, there's more! Nymph fishing can also be top-notch this time of year. The fish in this famed tail water eat all day long, however, you gotta know where they’re chillin’. Our well-seasoned guides know exactly where to find these fish in their slow water haunts.
Dry fly bliss? Oh, yeah.
And did I mention dry-fly bliss? Late April can bring thick blue-winged olive hatches…a veritable buffet for the fish, and we're here for it.
Snag our spring special
Wait, there’s more – we're still offering a spring special, slicing a cool $100 off the regular price. Don't let this chance for epic fishing slip through your fingers. And tell the others. Call us for details 406.261.2772.