May 25, 2022
Fly Fishing Update: Summer is back on schedule! Spring has provided us with some much needed snow, bringing all relevant snowpack above 100% of the historical average. What does this mean? Cold, clean water will be hitting the system in June, July and August! Trico & Hopper hatches will all be within reach. Dry fly fishing continues to impress. Blue Wing Olives, March Browns, Caddis, and the errant terrestrial are still all on the menu. PMDs have even been sighted as of yesterday! Spinners, Smokejumpers, and prospecting with large Purple Hazes have all been paying off. Nymph fishing (with a perdigon) is still the ticket! Run a #16-18 dropper nymph off a high floating dry, 24-26" down, and get ready to catch fish across the entire river. Streamer fishing continues to produce as the conditions allow (focus on more overcast days). Drop us a line and we hope to see you soon!
Missouri River Ranch
"Master the Missouri" Fishing School at MRR
Hosted by Montana Fishing Outfitters! As described by Garrett Munson:
"The Montana Fishing School is a full immersion fly fishing school designed to meet anglers wherever they might be on the fishing skill/experience spectrum. If you want to take your fly fishing game to the next level, and have fun doing it, then this school is for you... Our curriculum covers all the on-the-water and in-the-classroom topics you’ll want and need, and our team of top-shelf guide instructors will be with you every step of the way to teach you the professional approach to a rewarding day on the water.
Hosted August 10th-13th This solid summertime window targets the trico and terrestrial hatches we love on the Missouri. Sandals, sunscreen and a sun hat are about all the gear you need in August, and we'll take care of the rest!"