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Fishing Report - Missouri River, Montana
May 26, 2018
The stream levels are still very high, too high to fish, below Holter and other sections of
the river. . Midges, little Blue-winged olives and March Browns are the most important
insects to imitate.
7 Day Weather Forecast: There is a chance of rain through Monday, otherwise clear
for this next week. Highs will range from 70 to 75 degrees and lows from 46 to 50
Recommended Trout Flies:
Brown Sculpin and White Belly Sculpin, size 6
Blue-winged Olives, size 18/20, nymphs, emergers, duns and spinners
Scuds, size 16/14
Midges: Blood (Red), sizes 20/22, larva, pupa and adults
Midges: Light Green, size 20/22, larva, pupa and adults
Midges: Cream, size 20/22, larva pupa and adults
Black Matuka and Olive Matuka Sculpin, size 4/6
March Browns, size 12/14, nymphs, emergers, duns and spinners
Strategies, Techniques and Tips:
The Brown Sculpin and White Belly sculpin are always great streamers to use on this
river. The Missouri River has a good population of sculpins.
Various species of Blue-winged olives hatch mostly on cloudy days.
Scuds are available year-round.
It is almost alway best to fish a tandem Midge rig under a small strike indicator with the
midge lava as the bottom fly and the midge pupa as the top fly. Fish the adult midge
only when you observe trout feeding on the surface.
March Browns are hatching.
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