Spring Flush on Grey Reef

April 2-April 6 2012 Flush will run each day from 1:00am to 10:00am.  It will peak at approximately 4,000cfs at 7:00am each day and will be back at 500cfs by 10:00am.  The fluctuating flows are designed to flush the fine sediment from the spawning gravel.

Wyoming Weekend Fly Fishing Report

What a week!!!  We are having a little May in March.  Temperatures in the 60s and calm winds.  We have had guides and anglers on every stretch of the North Platte-Fremont Canyon, Miracle Mile and Grey Reef.  After fishing wade-fishing Grey Reef today, Stu and Rick Bresnahan went out for a little spey practice and swung up several fish on… Read More

Wyoming Fly Fishing Report

I’s a “breezy” one today!!!!  The North Platte Lodge weather station has been showing winds between 16-28mph with gusts to 44mph. The water on Grey Reef continues to improve.  The fishing continues to be borderline on fire with smaller bugs (PALs, LAZYs, jujubee midges, etc.) being back on the menu…don’t worry big bugs are still working.   aAs for the… Read More

North Platte Fly Fishing

So….as of this evening Grey Reef appears to be on the mend.  Water conditions are improving, still not great, but improving nonetheless.  Still kept our guides off Grey Reef today but we did speak with a few anglers that were doing well on the upper wadefishing access.  As for the Mile, it has been fishing very well.  Pat’s rubber legs,… Read More

Grey Reef Flush

Erik posted the link to the flush article on the the BLOG.   Check it out!  

North Platte Fishin’ Report

As of 11:53am on 3/15/2012 Grey Reef is MUDDY.  Around 11am yesterday Eagle Creek decided to run red again and blow the river out!  Conditions today on Grey Reef are poor.  A little surprised to see boats putting in???  Sent our boys up to Fremont and the Mile.  As for the fishing before the blow out…Seth said it was silly. … Read More