Headhunters Weekend Fishing Report 12.26.15

Headhunters Weekend Fishing Report 12.26.15

Looks to be pretty cold this weekend. Not cold enough to keep you off of the wage though. Hi’s nearing 30F. Much warmer than Christmas. A hi of 10F yesterday. Awful cold!

The reports from vacationing winter anglers have been good. Great nymphing with your favorite holiday flavor of PINK. Scuds, sows, Pink Lightening Bugs, Ninch’s BubbleYum, Barbie Nymph, Tailwater Sow, SWJ, and many more can round out your winter fly selection.

Water temps are holding in the damn cold range at 35F. It has dipped below the 35F mark to 34.5F this week. The water level is 3180cfs.

Headhunters Weekend Fishing Report

The swingers are getting cold feet with the cooler water temps. But the rewards are worth the frozen toes. You gotta give the fly some action in these cooler water temps. Without some intriguing motion the fish may not eat the baitfish. You oughta  make the bait appear tasty.

Want to start the new year off with a guide trip? $400 nymph or spey trips all winter long.

Another New Year idea is to attend our Free Spey Clinic on Saturday January 9th. Give us a hour and get on the list. The other winter Trout Spey Clinics are February 6th and March 5th.

Think about your summer trip to the Mo as well this holiday week. A good time to get your lodging and guide trips locked in. We are in the shop daily to answer your lodging questions. Craig Trout Camp has 4 options for you to choose from. The Craig House, Sutton House, Brown and Rainbow Cabins are the most popular rentals on the Missouri River. These properties book quickly so make your plans today.

Craig Trout Camp has lodging open for the week starting at $125/night. Sneak away from the holiday hub-bub and go fishing. Wander around the Missouri River with out pressure. Finish at Joe’s Bar for a winter night cap. Then get up and do it again.

Shop open daily at 8am offering shuttles, Adipose boat rentals and demos, flies, hot coffee, all the spey stuff you’ll need for the Mo, and warm respite from the river.

 

 

 

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