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Old 07-13-2009, 08:38 AM
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Default Re: Missouri River and Rock Creek in Montana producing!!

Rock Creek, East Fork, West Fork will do that sometimes. When there are big bugs everywhere and nothing seems to be taking them, I drop a little copper john 2 feet of a golden/ salmon, or a sj worm, pink is good. If that doesn't work fish a little double bead stone , worm rig under a indicator, if you want to keep pushing the big dry, try putting it in real tight spots, under bushes, in shady spots, and if that doensn't work try pushing a small parachute or a goddard caddis, thats my bug progression in that situation that will almost always produce fish when they arent eating the hatch out
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Brooks Jessen
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