The month has settled in to weather and temps we are more comfortable with.
Not really the ZERO degrees stuff, but the overcast and snow and such is familiar territory for us in central Montana.
Fishing Montana’s Missouri River in all seasons requires more than one technique. More than one style. More than just one note.
So we show you some hot streamer flies for the month ahead. You can dredge these on your single handed 9′ 7weight wielding a heavy sink tip. You can strip them in rapidly with your 9’6″ 6 weight donning an intermediate RIO Outbound Short. You could swing it slow with your 12’6″ SAGE Method with a Scandi Short VersiTip Line. Your choice. Lots of ways to skin a cat.
Ninch, our resident fly guru, picked these patterns out for your November river streamer success.
Streamers Top Left to Right: Kronic Kreinik Red and Silver, Warpath’s Sculpin Whammy Tomahawk Tan, Hot Eyed Kreelex, Black Mohair Leech
2nd Row L to R: Morris’ Brown Trout Minnow, Warpath’s Egg Sucka Black and Purple, small black Woolley Bugger
3rd Row L to R: Baby Black Sculpzilla, Brown Skiddish Smolt, ?, Arnold’s Mozurri Minnow
Come in and browse through our well stocked streamer bins at Headhunters. We are open 7 days a week and here to help. Shuttles daily too!