Top 10 Missouri River Spring Time Dry Flies
Here they are. The flies we like for spring time dry fly action Missouri River style
The dry fly fishing has been sporadic as of late. You can bump into comments of brilliance, but as far a s great dry fly bite, we have yet to see that this spring. Have read a few local blogs and a few of those bloggers are claiming excellence…OK. I don’t buy it though. I’ve been out a bundle, spoken to many, and have not found the bite to be off the charts yet. Just because you read it doesn’t make it true.
Winter, a few days were good. But overall not a terrific spring dry fly bite yet.
It is coming.
To this river soon-ish.
The flies above that we love are starting top left and moving right
- LaFontaine’s Buzzball, Stalcup’s Double Posted Cluster, Dominick’s Purple Reneball, Quigley’s Cluster, CDC Griffith’s Gnat
- Sparkling Midge, CDC Hanging Midge, Black Posted Midge, Purple Haze, Parachute Adams.
Let’s hope they are biting on top soon! Stop in for a hundred or so midge patterns. We got ’em at your fly source in Craig. Headhunters Fly Shop.