A smiling native from the other side of the divide! read more →

  Another brown was caught off guard sipping near the banks of Montana’s Missouri River. It took the angler over 30 minutes to finally fool this critter. Three different fly patterns and many stealthy casts finally paid off when the fish came to hand. Off he goes to feed another day! read more →

  A little taste of a Missouri River rainbow trout to get you through the work week. This big ol’ fish took a worm fished deep along a nice soft inside seem down in the canyon section.   read more →

Craig, MT is looking good this morning, windless, overcast and a solid 42 degrees at the moment. This afternoon is calling for a 30% chance of rain, a high of 51 degrees and wind becoming NNW at 7 mph. The flow out of Holter is 6530 cfs and the water temperature is 38 degrees. Nymphing.. read more →

23 Oct 2013
October 23, 2013

Hump Day Trout

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Tucker knows where it’s at on The MO. One of many nice fish he landed over an epic weekend floating around the Craig area. Lots of trout, many laughs, and probably a few too many PBR’s. Trust me this is a huge fish, Tucker just makes it look small with his XXXL hands. We are.. read more →

16 Oct 2013
October 16, 2013

Hump Day Double

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These two might not be the best when paired up for a pool game at Joe’s Bar, but they seem to do alright out on the river. Another nice double on Montana’s Missouri River! read more →

  A hopper eatin’ bow on The MO! This guy preferred the old school flavor of a Dave’s Hopper. read more →

Nothing beats a beautiful girl with an awesome Missouri River Rainbow! read more →

All trout are great, but I love the natives. There is just something special about catching a species of trout that’s swimming in its original drainage and unmolested by man’s influence. Enjoy this native beauty that was found somewhere on the west side of the divide. read more →

The Samster with a healthy Rainbow Trout he landed on a Parachute Adams #20 during the morning Trico hatch. Not an easy task here on The MO. Job well done Sam. read more →