Fishing at its best on the Mo

he Missouri is running at 4,070 cubic feet per second and the water is 57 degrees. Skies are partly cloudy and there isn't much W — we hate to write the word — and the fishing really doesn't get much better than this. The weather forecast calls for partly sunny skies with temperatures in the mid- to low 50s.

With big game season opening on Saturday, bird and duck and goose seasons already open, if you are a fly fisher, you better get out there.

The baetis hatch continues and the fish are hungry.

Meanwhile, here is a look at reservoir conditions:
Canyon Ferry: Rainbow fishing slowed throughout the reservoir this past week. Anglers fishing from shore report that worms and marshmallows have been somewhat effective at Pond 4 and around the Silos. Boaters trolling gold and black crank baits, wedding rings and cowbells around White Earth, Goose Bay and Confederate picked up a few rainbows. Walleye fishing was slow throughout the reservoir, but anglers continue to catch a few yellow perch around the Silos and Pond 4.

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