The Flows have Dropped? North Platte Fishing Report

The flows have dropped on all three tailwater sections and we don’t really know why. We’re still above normal for our snowpack levels and the reservoirs are approaching max capacity. The water clarity is still awesome and should stay that way. So we will see what happens in the next few days, as of now the flows are Grey Reef:… Read More

Feeling Like Summer! North Platte Fishing Report

The Reef, just like the weather, is hot right now! The fishing has been great on all three tailwaters. The water is CLEAR right now and should stay that way for awhile! The flows have bumped up slightly Grey Reef -3,000 CFS Fremont- 720 CFS and Miracle Mile -3,200 CFS. Don’t let the big water scare you off, fish love… Read More

Grey Reef Fishing Report

Some weather has rolled into Alcova, but should be short lived. The upper Grey Reef is still clear and looking great! Snow and rain mix the past two days has made the lower river off color. They slightly increased the flow today to 2,200 CFS on the Reef, this will help push the off color water downstream and clear things… Read More

Big Water is on the Way! North Platte Fishing Report

The flows are up and the fishing is on! Fishing has been great on all three tailwaters lately, don’t worry about increasing flows. We expect the flows to keep increasing, that is a good thing, fish like water! Nymphing has been king but you can still pick up fish on dries and streamers. Weather looks great this week and into… Read More

North Platte Fly Fishing Report- Grey Reef, Miracle Mile, and Fremont Canyon

Fishing has been spectacular these past few weeks on all three tailwaters! Catching fishing on nymphs, streamers, and even a few dry flies! Flows should stay relatively stable the next week or so, then increase around mid April. It looks like we have some moisture in the forecast over the course of the week, this can make for some lights… Read More

ATTENTION:North Platte-Grey Reef Anglers

We have been fielding a lot of calls/e-mails in regards to the flush and potential flows for the North Platte (Reef, Mile and Fremont).  Well, here’s the skinny… The lowest storage capacity of any reservoir, upstream of Alcova, is Seminoe ~73%.  Pathfinder is at an astonishing 88.5%.  Snowpack in the upper N. Platte drainage is currently 125% and the Sweetwater… Read More