More beautiful weather and great fishing!!

Grey Reef flows are at 2,400cfs, Fremont 250cfs and Miracle Mile is at 1,800cfs.  Water temperatures are holding in the 40s on all three North Platte tail-waters.    Baetis are in full swing as well!  We love when the bugs are popping!  A small pheasant-tail and/or BWO poxy-back has been our program in the morning and once mid-morning hits, we… Read More

Nothing Better Than Some Springtime Weather!

Hope everyone is enjoying our new website!!  Grey Reef flows are holding steady at 2,400cfs and the Miracle Mile is still at 1,800cfs.  We have spent the past 3-4 days experiencing overecast and rainy/snowy conditions.  It’s great to have the moisture and with Grey Reef at 2,400cfs the river is looking good despite some minor runoff.  Miracle Mile road conditions… Read More

Power Outage

Tomorrow, 4/19, Alcova will be experiencing a power outage from 8:00A.M. – 3:00 P.M. for some routine maintenance. We will be running limited hours and will be closing early. Normal hours will continue on Monday 4/20. We can still be operational but we will only be able to take cash for payments, no credit cards. Sorry for the inconvenience. Fishing… Read More

Grey Reef Fishing Report and Flow Update

Grey Reef has been bumped up to 2,100 CFS and The Mile is at 1,800 CFS. We got some weather yesterday and it looks like we’ll get a mix of rain and snow throughout the weekend.  Seth and Adam guided on upper Grey Reef yesterday and had the river to themselves.  Fishing was ridiculous!  The Reef has been fishing great… Read More


Got a little bit of cold and wet weather moving into Central Wyoming…maybe?  As of this morning it’s blustery but we have yet to see a drop of moisture.  Guess we will see what happens but hoping for a little bit of moisture with this one. Both Grey Reef and Miracle Mile continue to fish great and have excellent water… Read More


The Grey Reef stretch of the North Platte River, Wyoming is holding steady at 1,500cfs.  Water temps on upper Grey Reef are sitting between 39-42F .  The fishing and weather has been borderline ridiculous!!!!  Our guides are reporting a little bit of a slow start in the early morning but once they hit the 10-11:00am hour, a few midges/baetis start… Read More