Fish On!

Another gorgeous day here in Alcova, Wyoming!!!  75F, sunny and light winds.  The past several days we have had our guides and guests on all three North Platte tailwaters.  We are seeing some pretty stout hatches(BWOs and midges) on a daily basis…and the fish are indulging.  That being said our top nymph rig on Grey Reef and Fremont has been… Read More

It’s Baetis Time on the Platte!

The baetis have been out in full force lately, especially on the overcast days! All stretches of the Platte have been fishing well. We’ve had boats out everyday and the fishing has been great! Fremont had a fair amount of traffic over the weekend, but the fishing has been on fire. Small annelids and olive and grey RS2’s have been… Read More

More beautiful weather and great fishing!!

Grey Reef flows are at 2,400cfs, Fremont 250cfs and Miracle Mile is at 1,800cfs.  Water temperatures are holding in the 40s on all three North Platte tail-waters.    Baetis are in full swing as well!  We love when the bugs are popping!  A small pheasant-tail and/or BWO poxy-back has been our program in the morning and once mid-morning hits, we… Read More

Grey Reef is at 1000 CFS!

The Reef is now at 1,000 CFS and Miracle Mile is rolling at 1500 CFS! We will keep updating the flows and hopefully have some info soon on where we can expect the flows to be in the coming weeks. Got word of some awesome dry fly fishing last evening at Fremont with smaller midge patterns. We have guide boats… Read More

Grey Reef Fishing Report – Flow Update

Grey Reef got bumped up to 750 CFS today and the fishing has remained solid. More water is definitely a good thing, but we don’t know for sure if the flows are here to stay. The past couple of days we got to enjoy some nice weather and today it looks like we might see some snow tonight! The fishing… Read More

North Platte Spring Flush Fishing Report

The flush is on and the fishing is great! You can’t beat 60 degree weather in March. Fishing at Grey Reef has been good starting around 9:00 when the flows level out. Brown and purple pine squirrel leeches along with Reef worms  in red and purple have been good, especially on the swing! The Reef’s Lazy in #20 and #18,… Read More