The Missouri River is a large tailwater dry fly fisherman's dream. Consistent hatches of caddis, PMDs, tricos, and grasshoppers bring large numbers of wild rainbows and strong brown trout to the surface throughout the season. A float trip can run from 2 - 15 miles with 5,000 fish per river mile. With that many fish, you're bound to catch a rainbow trout averaging 18" with an occasional brown trout over 2 feet long. The Missouri River is a very technical stream so we provide you with the top guides to insure the most extream fly fishing experience ever. Don't worry, the Missouri will not let you down. You're going to have a great time. Rainbow and brown trout average between 15" - 17", but many grow to the 22"+ class. There are lots of them - over 4,000 per mile. Casting tiny dry flies to large wild trout is the champagne of fly fishing - It's what the Missouri is all about.