Now, it's winter.

Now, it’s winter.

Yep. Winter. Now.

@1630 Sunday it was 45F, partly cloudy and dead calm.

@ 1632 Sunday it was 31F, blowing out of the north 17mph, and snowing.

Sunday night snowing hard and damn cold.

This morning. Cold. Snowy.

Maybe baetis will come now.

Nobody around. A perfect ploy.

Water temps plummeting this week. They should fall quickly with the air temps falling well below the 20F range!  During the day. Mostly lower though.

Now, it's winter.

Now, it’s winter.

The fishing? Decent.

Swinging can be really good. Streamer fishing pretty good too.

Nymphing? Not as good as it should be, but not terrible either. We are so fortunate to be here on the Mo. It’s good. Just not an “11” right now. Depends on the day. Some days they just eat it better.

Dries? Near dusk for the weekend. Today and this week? Don’t even want to hazard a guess. Cold I think…

Guided trips out this last weekend. More towards the end of this week. More 2 Handed Specials as we move well into the November period. 1st FREE Spey Clinic December 6th. Sign up today. You’ll love it. A classroom session led by John with his killer Powerpoint Presentation, coffee, donuts, friends, and a room full of Spey. Followed up by an afternoon of on the water action with lots of different spey rods to try, cool lines, and hands on instruction. Bring your own rod, or use one of ours. Free and Easy. Call today.

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2 Comments.

  • Bigfoot Stole My Wife
    November 10, 2014 5:08 pm

    Looks like winter is taking hold. I had two great trips with your crew this year and already booked for next year. I will be practicing my casting all winter here in California so I can make that first cast count!

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