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Default Bitter Root and Missouri rivers fishing well in MT

Weird weather, got stuck in a snowstorm Wed on the Blackfoot, nymphed up some trout. Yesterday the Mid Root nymphed well in morning then big drakes/ march brown size 12 popped and fish gourged for a couple of hours alot of fun. fished a purple haze or a large bwo cripple. The Mo out of craig has been fishing real well sowbugs, bwo nymphs, we spent last week over there and had excellent fishing, get out there!
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