The Grey Reef section of the North Platte River is a premier trout fishery. During the springtime, it sees a surge of nonresident guides. When the water level rises and the spawn is over they disappear. Popular belief is that Grey Reef is only productive during this timeframe. That’s simply untrue.
The North Platte River, particularly Grey Reef, is productive year-round. But sometimes it takes an experienced guide to help reveal its secrets. Do yourself a favor and hire a well-seasoned local guide when booking fly fishing trips.
In Wyoming, the land beneath the river belongs to the private landowner. The Grey Reef section of the North Platte River is mostly private, meaning anchoring, beaching or wading is considered trespassing. For nearly two decades we’ve provided our guests unequalled, exclusive access that allows us to wade-fish prime water and drop our anchors on a whim. Our private access stretches from the uppermost boat ramp at Grey Reef Dam to well below Government Bridge. That’s 17 miles exclusively for you.