#Missouri River

Pierre, SDkfgo.com

Two bodies recovered from Missouri River near Pierre

PIERRE, S.D. – The bodies of two people have been recovered from the Missouri River near Pierre. Hughes County Sheriff Patrick Callahan says his department received a report about 11 p.m. Wednesday of two missing people who were last seen fishing near Farm Island. Sheriff’s deputies and Game, Fish and Parks conservation officers began a search of the area. Divers and drones from the Pierre Fire Department Rescue Squad and Hughes/Stanley County Emergency Management were also used in the search.
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Sioux City, IAsiouxlandproud.com

Body recovered from Missouri River matches description of person seen jumping Tuesday, Sioux City officials say

SIOUX CITY, Iowa (KCAU) — UPDATE: Officials said the body recovered from the Missouri River Friday matches that of the person seen jumping in the river Tuesday. Sioux City Assistant Fire Chief Dan Cougill told KCAU 9 that a boater spotted a person in the river about a mile north of the Dakota City boat ramp Friday around 9:30 a.m.. The boater stayed with the floating body until Sioux City Fire Rescue arrived and recovered the body.
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Lincoln, NEklkntv.com

MUST SEE: Man catches 77 pound catfish

LINCOLN, Neb. (KLKN) – Check this out! A man on the Nebraska side of the Missouri River caught a massive catfish. The video above was sent in by Jeremy and Traci Waggoner. Jeremy said the catfish weighed 77 pounds and measured to be 53 inches long. The catfish was released...
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Body Recovered From Missouri River Matches Description of Man Who Went Into Water

(Sioux City, IA) — Police in Sioux City say a body was recovered this morning (Friday) from the Missouri River. Officers say it matches the description of a man who went into the water on Tuesday. The remains of the 31-year-old man were found north of the Dakota City, Nebraska boat ramp. A boater first spotted the body and called law enforcement. Investigators are trying to determine if the man fell or jumped from a train bridge connecting Sioux City and South Sioux City. His name hasn’t been released.
Sioux City, IAsiouxlandnews.com

UPDATE: Body recovered from Missouri River

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Authorities have confirmed that the body recovered from the Missouri River Friday morning is the man they were searching for on Tuesday. The body was discovered by a boater about 1 mile north of the Dakota City boat ramp on the Iowa side. Authorities say the...
Sioux City, IASioux City Journal

Sioux City Fire Rescue recovers body from Missouri River

SIOUX CITY -- Authorities recovered a body from the Missouri River Friday, which matches the description of a person seen entering the water on Tuesday. At 9:30 a.m., a boater discovered a body floating in the river one mile north of the Dakota City boat ramp on the Iowa side of the river, according to a statement from Sioux City Fire Rescue. The fire department responded to the area, secured the body and removed it from the water.
Pierre, SDgowatertown.net

BREAKING: Bodies of two people recovered from Missouri River near Pierre

PIERRE, S.D.–The bodies of two people have been recovered from the Missouri River near Farm Island southeast of Pierre. Hughes County Sheriff Patrick Callahan says a report was received just after 11 p.m. Wednesday of two missing individuals last seen fishing at Farm Island. Sheriff’s Deputies and South Dakota Game,...
Daniels County, MTweather.gov

Red Flag Warning issued for Dawson, McCone, Prairie, Richland, Wibaux Counties by NWS

Effective: 2021-07-23 14:44:00 MDT Expires: 2021-07-23 21:00:00 MDT Urgency: Expected Severity: Severe Certainty: Likely Instruction: Please advise the appropriate officials or fire crews in these areas of this Red Flag Warning. Target Area: Dawson, McCone, Prairie, Richland, Wibaux Counties; Fort Peck Reservation and Daniels, Roosevelt, Sheridan Counties; Northern Valley and Northern Phillips Counties; Southern Petroleum and Southern Garfield Counties; The Little Rockies; The Lower Missouri River Breaks including the Charles M Russell National Wildlife Refuge ELEVATED FIRE WEATHER CONDITIONS TODAY RED FLAG WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL 9 PM MDT THIS EVENING FOR LOW HUMIDITY AND GUSTY WINDS FOR FIRE WEATHER ZONES 120, 122, 134, 135, 136, AND 137 * AFFECTED AREA...Fire Weather Zones 120, 122, 134, 135, 136 and 137. * TIMING...Through 9pm this evening. * WINDS...Northwest 15 to 20 mph with gusts up to 30 mph. * RELATIVE HUMIDITY...As low as 9 percent. * TEMPERATURES...Near 90 degrees. * IMPACTS...Any fire start will quickly spread toward the southeast.
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Fishing Closures and Restrictions For Rivers in SW Montana

Many rivers throughout southwest Montana have drought-related fishing restrictions and closures that went into effect on Wednesday, July 21. Some rivers are under "Hoot Owl" fishing restrictions which prohibits fishing between 2:00 p.m - midnight. Fishing Closures have been issued for many rivers in southwest Montana. A fishing closure prohibits any type of fishing on the stretch of water specified.
Craig, MTIndependent Record

Missouri River fishing businesses say they will weather hoot-owl storm

Operators of two fly-fishing businesses in Craig said the recent hoot-owl restrictions placed on 35 miles of the Missouri River between Holter Dam and Cascade shouldn’t impact their business too severely, and said it is good the state is taking action. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks on Tuesday implemented the...
HobbiesWilliston Daily Herald

Kellen’s Call: ND Muskies, Walleyes Hitting Hard

These past two weeks have been packed for me, I had two open days from work and guiding, spending them on the water at lake with family. It felt kind of weird with no fishing rod in hand. I’ve had everything from muskies, catfish, walleye and bass trips in the last 12 days with the majority of them good and a couple of grind-it-out days but overall, fishing has been great in north central North Dakota.
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