November 1st Missouri River Montana Fishing Report
Fishing along in November. Happy last season of the year.
The Spey Season. TroutSpey is here and we love it. Still some single handed love to be had and we are having it.
Saw some fish up on the dry today. But not many. Enough to cast for about an hour. We are hopping more on the way, but not really holding our breath. Maybe the fall BWO’s are a thing of the past. The spring showing much better in the past several years. It used to be the other way around. Mother Nature turns the tables with ease and is a nasty bitch some days.
Nymphing great. Worms and sows. Just like bacon and eggs. Good daily.
Crowds? No, no crowds. Did see another boat for a minute yesterday morning, then it was gone with the wind. Literally. Only blew a strong 20mph today. Literally. Most would call it 40. But 20 seems like 40 some days. Like yesterday.
The week ahead? Warmer and sunny’er. Looking for some good dry fly action. Hosting the RIO/Sage group for thru next Monday. Looking for some great streamer fishing too. Lot sod fun all eek long with buyers, owners, and managers form fly shops around America.
So will have lots of updates this week about both the dry and the streamer. We will send it your way daily. Here on this very blog page.
Headhunters now with winter hours. Daily 730am til 6pm. Booking for the 2017 season. If you want to get a specific guide or lodging spot get on the horn today. Kelli and Julie taking bookings daily. Why wait. Get it on the board man.
Come in for your TroutSpey outfit. Rods from Orvis, Echo, and Sage. Lots of demo rods, new rods, killer rods, and…and more.
Enjoy the first day of the rest of the season. We are happy to have lived through another full summer season. Late fall is here.
Awesome. The right pace for sure.