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Date 01-Nov-16
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Conditions : Missouri River: The weeds are starting to brake free with the weather change. They aren't an all day issue yet. To avoid some of them, try fishing an inside corner. Depending on the days weather conditions there are some BWO's out but not in large amounts. If you keep an eye out for risers you will find some fish that are eating dries. Nymphing is still the best way to pick up fish midday if you run out of cloud cover. Running a czech nymph or a worm with a ray charles or a zebra midge underneath is always a safe bet. Get a good cast and let it drift the entire run. Dead drifting a small sculpin or crayfish along the weed beds might take a few eager Brown's as well. A black streamer is also a good option early and late, and can also pick up a few fish midday. The fish have really been targeting the bright, flashy streamers on the sunny afternoons.

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