Missouri River Brown Trout Mug Shot

Missouri River Brown Trout Mug Shot

Missouri River Brown Trout Mug Shot

Sunday here in central Montana.

Cooler and windy. Maybe some snow tomorrow morning too.

BWO’s going good. Midges good as well.

But Jeff Parker told me that “Midges don’t matter.” On the surface he means. Subsurface? A huge deal.

Yes midges do matter on the surface. Sometimes. In specific situations. The trout will eat a midge dry even if they are not keying in on the moving mattresses of midge!

Big fish out there. May is our best big brown trout month. Honest. If April was any sort of foreshadowing we are in for a big month!

March Browns and Caddis are on the way as the water temps rise.

The water levels are up too. 7500 cfs today. Rain and snow in the mountains have pushed our water levels upward ahead of schedule. Still shooting for the full pool in Canyon Ferry in late June.

Temps will rise a bit but it is a bit tougher wight he water coming up.

Our Spring Special is in the books for another year. Our highly successful model propels the local community putting many to work and pumping up our local river economy. 6 years ago 15 guide trips in April. Today the complexion is much different.

2018 Spring Special Pricing will be $400. Discounted lodging as well. We will inform you of those pricing schedules as we get into 2018. But for now we are all about May. And the May bugs.

Shop open daily @ 7am. We are open late as well to help you with those new fly lines, Trout Spey demos, sales, and questions, sunscreen, rain gear from SIMMS, a full selection of Craig Montana HH Logo Gear, and our always free rot-gut coffee!

Book your summer trips today and lock in your fun summer plans. Operators standing by. We love talking about trout.

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