By Delgar Dorn Brown, CrossCurrents Fly Shop Staff Member and Guide There is something strange about a place that comes into being simply due to how good the trout fishing can be. Historically speaking, communities have grown out of necessity or because of their proximity to other groups of people. Here in Craig, that is.. read more →

It’s starting to feel like the summer season in Craig,MT and nothing tops off a warm day on The MO like a meal at one of our local restaurants. We are lucky to have a great couple of places serving up delicious meals in such a small town. For us that live here all season long,.. 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 →

****See Details below about a FREE Orivis H2 Hat **** The flows this AM are at 3080 with a Median flow of 4190.  So its low, and its warm to hot at 65 degrees +/- a few.  Is the fly fishing World coming to an end here in Craig, MT?  NO, the game has just.. read more →

Flows this morning are at 3,420 cfs. Water temps at 64. The air temperature should hit 94 today with an overnight low of 60.  Fishing down river of Craig can become a salad making process.  Fishing from Craig to the Dam can be a salad making process…… read more →

Normally a species in the Strainer family is not so casual.  However when rolling down a freestone river in a raft the Chris Strainer species feels wild and at home.   read more →

Here it is, you will notice a few of the locations I’m sure.   [vimeo w=400&h=300] read more →

Is the wade fishing too populated on the Missouri River right now?  There are times where the above pictured location is a bit busy.  Lots of fisherman and fisherwomen ask this question in July.    There is still room and fish for everyone, I would say no the crowds are manageable.  Get out early, find your spot,.. read more →

Getting to a different river system is a nice change, but when it is flowing dirty sometime you just want to…oh well it still fished pretty darn good. I had the pleasure of fishing with Wyatt Earp ( the Boston Terrier) during a rain, lightning, thunder and hail storm. read more →

It is a hot one today folks here on the Missouri River but the evening is yet to come.  The majority of the fishermen will be telling lies at Joe’s Bar by 6pm.  If you plan your day right and are prepared to stay till dark you can have some excellent dry fly fishing.  Pick your.. read more →