Wednesday Fishing Report July 1st 2020
Water headed up today 1K. Water levels heading up tomorrow 1K.
The dry fly fishing was holding on as we held on to the 10K levels. Yesterday with water levels heading upwards the fishing slowed. Dry fly fishing. The nymphing strong. as water levels head upwards today we expect the dry fly fishing to slow even further.
And that is how it goes. Water levels dictate our dry fly bite. The water just gets too high for the fish comfort level. Find shallow center river bars, islands, and soft edges for your dry fly success.
Caddis flies, PMD’s, and clusters are all having some success. Check with the staff at the shop for the very latest in the dry fly game.
We expect the DFO base to be down this week. Next week? Game on, we hope!
The nymph bite is strong. 7′-8′ to one or two split with Caddis Pupa and PMD nymphs. Yellow Sally’s in the canyon, when you can get back down there, as the Dearborn has it pushed out for another day or two.
Headed into a nice time here on the Mo with long time Mo River anglers returning for the July session.
We have great openings late in the month along with Swiss cheese holes scattered throughout the month ahead so give us a shout if you want to get in on some of the fishing we have infant of us. Julie is ready to take your booking at 406-868-5473.
The water will come down shortly as they water managers evacuate the flood pool and push the water through the system.
The weather looks good for the foreseeable future. Summer time in the Montana state of mind.
Shop open daily at 7am. Lodging and guides available. DEMO Rod sale, the best flies under the big sky, face masks from Black Strap and more, the Headhunter Dry Fly Line, HH Logo gear and everything you will need for a great day not he Mo!