bank fishing on the Missouri River

Discussion in 'NEBRASKA RIVERS TALK' started by riverfishing, Sep 15, 2006.

  1. riverfishing

    riverfishing New Member

    im going to go on the missouri in a couple of days and my boat is broke im im gonna fish from the bank..... i dont know if this is a good idea cuz all my friends say they eather get snagged or there poles breaks..... i got a 7\2 foot ugly stick with 25 pund line..... is this nenough??
  2. pk_powell

    pk_powell New Member

    There are places from shore that will snag you and there are places that won't. It's difficult to say,I would use a sinker drop line and then my baited hook would hoppelly be kept free of anysnags. Have a wonderful time. She is very relaxing out there.---------------pat Powell:smile2:

  3. riverfishing

    riverfishing New Member

    ok will do thanks
  4. Myself and TA2D fish off of a wingdike on the Mighty MO, and we don't get snagged there any more then we do at other places.

  5. riverfishing

    riverfishing New Member

    ok i will try that tomarrow
  6. fishinjunky

    fishinjunky New Member

    where are you fishing cause we just got back from neb. city and most of the dikes are under water or only have inches to go. try fishing feeder creeks now, and also try fishung areas where the river is not usually at such as, flodded banks, and so on.
  7. riverfishing

    riverfishing New Member

    i just got back but instead of going to missouri i went to the elkhorn river and that was about 3 feet higher than normal to so you couldnt realyl fish there withought getting into neck high water wen ur NOT in a deep spot
  8. PM me sometime when you're going back to Nebraska City. I'm originally from there (born there,) and grew up south of there. I know myself and TA2D would love hitting the river up there.

  9. Penn209

    Penn209 New Member

    Hows the water clarity on the Missouri? I'm hoping after all the rain last weekend, it's starting to clear up.
  10. fishinjunky

    fishinjunky New Member

    penn, personally i've never seen the missouri river clear, hence the name the "Big Muddy". but if your basing clarity on fishing success remember that catfish hunt with smell not sight. just throw something bloody in and hold on, also try something native to the river such as shad carp drum whatever. also move often and try different things when something is not working.