Lowering Alcova Reservoir and the Grey Reef Trophy Trout Season

Grey Reef is the ultra-tailwater. This is a phrase we use to describe what the Grey Reef section of the North Platte River is and why it is such a consistent, productive, and trophy class fishery. We are blessed to have 5 reservoirs, closely spaced, immediately upstream from Grey Reef Dam. Two of these giant “settling ponds”, Seminoe and Pathfinder,… Read More

Big Flows, Big Fish

Uncommon for October, flows on Grey Reef(since October 1) have been in the 2,100-2,800cfs range.  For those unaware, Alcova Dam is needing a little rejuvenation and lake levels will need to drop 39 vertical feet to accomplish the task-hence the increased flows.  All things considered, Grey Reef is in pretty good shape.  The first couple of days were a little… Read More

Indian Summer

What a great time of year!  Flows are at winter levels and the weather is beautiful.  Highs in the 70s and lows in the 40s with light winds(with the exception of yesterday), day after day. GREY REEF: Grey Reef is in excellent condition!  The water is clear from Grey Reef Dam to Glenrock.  Lots and lots of water to fish!… Read More

Dropping Flows and Cold Weather

At midnight, the flows on Grey Reef started decreasing.  After weeks of living at 1,500cfs, Grey Reef is now settling in at its winter flow(500cfs).  We are also soaking in our last day of 90 degree temperatures, as a substantial cold front bears down on the West.  Projected highs Tuesday are expected to top out in the high 30s, with… Read More

Fishing Report

It’s hard to believe September starts next week.  From the looks of it, our first taste of fall may come with it.  After weeks in the 90s, 70 degree weather will feel pretty good!  As for the fishing report, let us start with updated water flows… GREY REEF-1,500cfs MIRACLE MILE-800cfs FREMONT-72cfs With dropping flows on Grey Reef, water conditions are… Read More

Love this time of year!

GREY REEF-2,100cfs MIRACLE MILE-1,500cfs FREMONT-100cfs Lots of things happening on Grey Reef, Miracle Mile and Fremont!  The drop in flows last week has been great for most aspects of the fishing.  As expected, we are defintey seeing larger numbers of tricos and more fishing looking up to feast on the them.  Lighter tippet(5X) has been the name of the game,… Read More