The Missouri River, often referred to as the “Mighty Mo” originates at the confluence of the Jefferson, Madison, and the Gallatin in Montana. Flowing eastward, this longest flowing river in North America proved to be instrumental in the Lewis and Clark’s passage to the West in the early 1800s.
Today, anglers from all over the world boast of the famous blue ribbon trout fishing in the world along the 35-mile stretch below Holter Dam and Cascade, Montana. This stretch of the legendary “Mighty Mo” boasts an abundant trout population between 3,000 and 5,000 trout per square mile. Averaging over 16 inches, anglers agree that the “Mighty Mo” is one of the best fly fisheries in Montana and is a world-class a fishing haven for young and old alike. This stretch of the Missouri River is one of Montana’s most popular destination fisheries with enormous trout.
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