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Date 23-Jul-14
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Conditions : Missouri River: It's dry fly season on the MO! Most fisherman have put away their nymph and streamer rods because the fishing with dries has come on strong. Early and late in the day (provided the winds cooperate), the PMD's will be out and the fish are keyed in on them. The flows have dropped and fishing is really improving throughout the whole river. It's a busy time of year on the MO, there will be no shortage of people. Caddis, Trico's are out in full swing.

A good option would nymph in the morning as the temps are still cooler as there won't be much activity on top, and have dry fly rig ready to go when seeing fish rise. Midges and Mayflies are also popping on the MO, there is no shortage of food here.

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