Grey Reef!!!

Yesterday was the ideal winter day.  Temperatures in the low to mid 30s and zero wind.  Brad and I managed to make it out and get in three or four solid hours of fishing on Grey Reef.  Brad nymphed and I swung a streamer (goldie)…and we actually doubled on our first casts of the day.  Needless to say, it was… Read More

Winter Wonderland

Well, the weatherman missed this last one…  After hearing several conflicting reports, the storm that hit Alcova Saturday morning brought a half inch of rain and 6″ of snow to the Grey Reef area…not what they initially predicted to say the least.  Closer to the Miracle Mile saw almost 12″ and the road to Leo has been shut down the… Read More

Big Wind

I have to say that I’ve seen some pretty windy days living in Alcova. Granted we do have plenty of calm days, they typically do not happen with great frequency in the winter months. Nonetheless the past week here in lovely Alcova has been a battering ram of big wind. Gusts to 70-80 mph with sustained winds in the 20-40… Read More

Cold Weather on the North Platte

Well, we finally had some cold weather move into the area the past few days.  Made a few calls this morning and from the sounds of it the river is completely iced over in several sections upstream of Lusby access.  Not sure how long this will last but we will update as soon as we hear or see otherwise.  As… Read More

Winter Wadefishing on the North Platte Heats Up

We have had really nice winter weather thus far.  With daily temperatures hovering above the freezing mark, it’s fair to say it’s been a winter season for the angler.  Talked several different groups of fisherman yesterday evening at the Sunset B & G and from the sounds of it, it was a good day to be on the water.  A… Read More

Swinging Streamers on Grey Reef

Wadefished the Junk Hole for a few hours yesterday afternoon.  Temps were in the mid 30s and the wind was SW 15-20mph   Did well swinging/slow stripping a goldie around the bottom of the run.  No monsters but lots of nice rainbows, 15″-18″.