Land of the Giants – Missouri River

Our “Land of the Giants” guides are running some great trips right now. Spring fishing at LOG is pretty good. You’d be hard pressed to fins any better in the state right now. Of course, if you don’t like catching big fish you may not like it.

Above is a picture of a great Brown trout angler Brent Hope caught with Capt. Ryan McCourtney a few days ago. Nice fish for sure, and not unusual while exploring this stretch of the Missouri River via jet-boat.

Nymphing his typically the rule when fishing LOG in the springtime. Nymphs typical of the Missouri below Holter are just as effective on this stretch. Scuds, sow bugs and “pink stuff”. Ryan likes to mix it up a little, and I’m betting that this fish was caught on a streamer. Hope you like casting big sink tips!

Ryan also loves to hunt heads, and if you see rising fish you can be assured that he will put you in position for a shot.

Land of the Giants – Missouri River Spring Special

We’re also running a Spring Special on LOG trips through the end of the month. For a mere $400 you can enjoy the wonderful scenery and fabulous fishing at LOG. Ryan can also take you to some other sections of the Missouri River only accessible by jet boat.

If you’ve always wanted to hit this section of the Missouri, give us a call at the shop. We only have two LOG guides – Capt. Ryan McCourtney and Capt. Jeff Parker – and as you can imagine, they get booked up well in advance.

1-877-379-3597 or 406-235-3447

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  • I’m interested in booking a day of fishing in the section referred to as “land of the giants”.
    My name is Mark Toepke
    When’s a good time to call? And who would I ask for?

    • Hey Mark. Happy New Year! Call anytime. We are closed Sunday and Monday this week due to weather/safety. We are open daily Jan 2nd 8-5. Anyone who picks up the phone can help you. They have all the answers to any question you may have about the Land of the giants. Thanks. Look forward to hearing from you Mark.

  • I want to book a trip to LOG with you

  • I have Sept open. When is the best time considering browns , streamers,

    • Hey Chuck. I think the spring and early summer months are the most consistent for LOG. No weeds. September can be a bit soupy. I know that May can be a good time to get on those Browns. The rainbows are on the spawn leaving big browns all alone…

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