Missouri River: The flow is still low and clear, just above 3,000 cfs at Wolf Creek which has been the starting point of the good fishing. The nymphing has been the most productive method. Little PMD patterns like the green machine and caddis pupa like Silvey's primetime pupa have been producing extremely well. Your standards like the soft hackle sow bug, Czech nymphs, scuds and small red wire worms are also producing.
The dry fly fishing just like the nymphing has been best from Wolf Creek Down. They have been seeing Caddis in a size 14 PMD's in a 16 there has been some fish eating ants.
Streamer fishing has only been so so this time of the year nymphing and dry fly fishing is a better bet.
s:18-22Dirty Rat , Sprout, CDC Adult Midge Thorax BWO: 16-18-20 Lipstick Butt BWO: 16-18-20 CDC Transitional Dun BWO: 16-18-20 Purple Parawulff: 14-16 Royal Wulff Brooks Sprout BWO: 16-18, Para Ant16-18, glitter Ant16-18
Nymphs| 16-20Seed Bead Midge pupa,Suspender Midge TDC, Purple Bead Pupa, Bloom's Weight Fly Tan: 14-16-18 Silvey's Primtime Pupa Beaded Olive & Tan: 14-16 Hogans S&M Nymph Rust: 16-18 Pink Ray Charles: 16-18 Pink Soft Hackle: 16-18 Scuds Tan and Gray: 16-18 San Juan Worm Red & Pink & Purple: 10 Mighty Mo Soft Hackle Pink: 16-18 UV Glass Bead PMD: 16-18 Bat Wing Emerger PMD: 16-18-20 IED Worm: 6-8 Wire Worm: 6 Bi Color San Juan Red/Brown: 10 Short Wing PMD Emerger: 16-18 CDC PMD Emerger: 16-18 Hogans Slow Guy PMD: 16-18 Hot Head Scud: 16-18
Streamers| Bling Minnow Pearl, Gold: 6 T&A Bunker Whitefish, Rainbow: 2 Zonker White: 4-6 Jawbreaker White: 1/0-2 Home Invader White, Black: 2 Fathead White, Tan: 2 Bellyache Minnow Fire Tiger: 2 Flash Fry White: 4 Micro Zonker: 8 Natural and Copper Zonker: 6-8