: Missouri River: It's Trico time in the mornings, really good hatches are coming off in the early mornings around dawn. Then during mid-morning you can catch the spinner fall. There will be spent Trico's, Caddis and PMD's. Mid-day has been getting hard to get into the fish. You really have to be on your "A" game for casting and be very stealthy. The fish are spooked very easily, make your first cast count. Streamer fishing has really got tough due to the amount of weeds in the water. A good rig for those tricky trico fish is running a sunk spinner beneath a royal wulff or bigger rusty spinner. This is also a good time to break out your ants and beetles in the afternoons as well as a few hoppers. Terrestrials can pick up fish throughout the river system.