Stay dry longer. Longer than ever? That’s what the fellows at SIMMS are saying.
Are you ready for fall yet? We are not. But we are beginning to prepare ourselves for what Mother Nature brings us in the ways of weather.
I do know from experience that you certainly do not want to be left out on the cold and rainy baetis afternoons fishing the Missouri River. October can be cruel. November with BWO’s popping before your eyes…comfort and a good reach cast come to mind.
SIMMS is all hopped up on the Gore-Tex Pro Shell and the G4 Pro, and we agree. Drier longer. A damn good thing for anglers.
We like to keep dry as well. The Mo fishes all 12 months which is different than most every other river on this Big Green Earth. Not many rivers can claim fishable waters for that length of time. We can. The shop is open daily, nearly 365 days a year.
So we get used to fishing in inclement weather. Hard to believe while it is 97F as I write this rain oriented product article. But she is hiding around the corner. We generally see snow falling from the freaking sky buy the second week in September. Not much. Usually.
So we prepare earlier than we would like. Hand warmers back in the boat. Stocking up on propane bottles for boat heaters. Cleaning the soup from last spring from the Thermos…yuck! Hope it’s not Cream of Chicken!
Gloves, warm hats, SIMMS G3 Waders and your best rain jacket. In this case the G4 Pro.
All the bells and whistles come with the King of all SIMMS Rain Gear. It is truly the leader of the pack.
We also like the SIMMS Bulkley for its waterproofness and its built in warm liner. Awesome. The SIMMS Acklins is appreciated by all that try it and the SIMMS Slick for those wanting bombproof longer shitty weather garment.
We have all you may need for the fall here fishing Montana’s Missouri River. A fully stocked fly shop with Craig Montana’s only SIMMS Dealer. Shirts, pants, waders, wading boots, hats, gloves, and many other killer SIMMS accessories available here.
As the Trico’s wane in September you can start fantasizing about cool foggy Montana mornings with October Caddis and Baetis flies on your brain. We are starting to think along those lines…