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Date 17-Apr-14
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Conditions : Roaring River State Park: Water Surface Temp: 58º Water Level (Range): -none- Water Type: -none- Fish Reported: Rainbow Trout: Good The river is in good shape, the water level is normal and clear; right now using 6X tippet on fly rods and 7X when fishing dry flies; best flies right now are #14-#22 Adams, #14-#22 blue wing olives, #14-#20 caddis fly, zebra midges #18's and smaller, pheasant tails, copper johns, burlaps, sow bugs and hares ears, all #14's and smaller; black, brown, and the olive Rooster Tails; small Colorado wooly bugger spinner combos; orange, white, and fluorescent yellow Power Bait eggs; plastic worms in orange, cheese, pink, and orange peel are all good; marabou jig fishing is good right now, on a spin or casting reel you will need 2 or 3 lb. line, p-line, maxima, or mean green will work well; still using #10 hooks on the worms and #12 and smaller for the plastic eggs; 3/0 and BB sized sinkers will work best for you right now; Zone 3: fishing is good on Power Bait paste, white has been good and orange has been working; also corn, nightcrawlers and natural eggs have been working.

Reported by: Missouri Dept of Conservation

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About: - Fishing the Roaring River:  With its narrow valley, rugged, mountain  like terrain and deep blue spring, Roaring River State Park is breathtaking. Roaring River is known for its premier trout fishing. Young and old alike will enjoy feeding and watching the fish in the spring pool or taking a tour of the trout hatchery.

The Roaring River is stocked regularly by the park’s hatchery, which is managed by the Missouri Department of Conservation, is known for its premier trout fishing. Fishing licenses and tags are available in the CCC Lodge, which also sells fishing equipment, tackle, camping supplies and groceries. Take your catch-of-the-day to the park’s cleaning and fillet station and enjoy fresh fish for your next meal.

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