Migratory bird season is wrapping up for the season and we have a little wait until Spring Turkey and Bear are ready to kick-off in April. If you had a great season make sure to bring pictures down of your successful hunts or catches and post them on our bulletin board.
Canyon Ferry: Be wary of open water. Rainbows bite has been pretty solid.
Causeway: is a bit spotty by the bridge, due to this warm weather please use caution. Bites are picking up near the bridge with Walleye and Ling while Black Sandy has been solid for Walleye, Ling, and trout.
Holter Lake: Ice is a bit spotty due to the warm weather so please use caution, and the perch bite is on we’ve had several 50+ perch days already.
The Missouri is just consistently good. Stick with nymphs.
(Report by Ryan Corwin – Bob Ward’s Sports & Outdoors)
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