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Date 15-May-15
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Conditions : Missouri River: Dry fly fishing is starting to heat up!! Caddis are coming off river wide now and the fish are up looking for em! You can fish a big caddis fly all day long blind if thats what floats your boat and it seems to be doing just fine. When you come across the big pods of fish rising you might want to look to the box and figure out just what those fish are eating. Dont be afraid to throw the big flies either, size 8-12 stimulaters and big elk hairs are pulling fish. Nymphing is still a great way to go if youre looking to put fish in the boat. The typical lineup is getting it done, caddis pupas, midges, scuds, czech nymphs ect. Streamer bite may not be so good depending on the day. If light is low and its a little rainy out go for it, otherwise youre better off blind fishing a dry.

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