Current conditions on the big three are as follows: GREY REEF: 3,600cfs, clear from Grey Reef Dam to Government Bridge.  Mostly clear from Government Bridge to Casper. MIRACLE MILE: 2,350cfs, clear. FREMONT: 1,425cfs, clear. Well, it has been a fantastic week in Central Wyoming.  With the exception of a few days, the weather has been nothing short of spectacular.  Very… Read More

Current Fishing Report

I guess let us start with the conditions.  Current flows as of 11:00am on July 19 are as follows: GREY REEF-3,600cfs, clear from Grey Reef Dam to Glenrock. MIRACLE MILE-2,400cfs, clear. FREMONT CANYON/CARDWELL-1,350cfs, clear. GREY REEF-  We are still living a little bit in “the between” zone.  Baetis have tapered off and PMDs are the next big hatch.  The nymphs… Read More

Bring on the summer!

We had some big thunderstorms roll through the area last night and conditions below Government Bridge this morning were poor.  But it should recover quickly with Grey Reef flows at 3,600cfs.  Fishing on Grey Reef remains good as we enter the “in between” period of predominant hatches.  BWO’s have more or less wrapped it up and PMDs, caddis and sallies… Read More

Memorial Day Weekend Report

Hope everyone is having a good weekend thus far.  For any of you folks headed our way, we just wanted to give you a quick conditions/fishing report for the North Platte.  Grey Reef is currently flowing at 3,500cfs.  Water clarity is excellent from Grey Reef Dam to Government Bridge, below Government Bridge to Casper clarity is very good.  Nymphing and… Read More

Flush Announced and Current Conditions

The spring flush for Grey Reef has officially been announced.  Flushing flows will begin on March 28 and it will be a 10-day flush.  The flush will begin at midnight and will end, each day at 10am.  As far as current conditions go…we are experiencing some low elevation run-off, so conditions below Government Bridge have been mostly un-fishable the past… Read More

The Report

The days are definitely getting longer and it looks like warmer days are on the horizon.  Really hard to believe that it is almost March!  As we start to make our way out of the “winter months”, I have to say things are looking pretty good.  Snow pack in the North Platte drainage is currently at 100+% and reservoir levels… Read More