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Walleye on the Missouri River

July, “the real pride month” is upon us!  For us it means we are on the cusp of wheat harvest and a first glimpse of the first pheasant hatch.  Pheasants utilize wheat far more for nesting/cover than other grasses for a multitude of reasons.  Preliminary reports are looking quite solid since the recent rains we’ve received.

While we’re still a couple weeks away from harvest, July is also a great time to harvest walleye on the Missouri river.  We’ve hosted a number of guests this season beginning in May and continue to have success fishing into July.  Mornings are by far the best.  Cooler temps, minimal boat traffic and a great bite.  Jig and minnow is my personal favorite, but guides also pull plugs and bottom bouncers with a crawler.  We tend to find a few crappies, yellow perch and big small mouth bass in the same areas.  A “grand slam” of sorts – on the water.

I wish everyone a safe summer, and look forward to seeing you all in the fields of flushing pheasants in a few short months!

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