Glory Days of Summer- North Platte Fly Fishing Report

Finally feels like summer is here, we’re happy and so are the fish! You can find fish with dries, streamers and nymphs right now! With stable flows and clear cold water we have been making the most out of this summer. Also with flows at 3,000 on the Reef  the fish are becoming more bank oriented, that combined with warm… Read More

No Runoff Here! North Platte Fly Fishing Report

One of the advantages of being a tailwater is that we don’t experience runoff like a freestone river, while our flows may get high in the summer the water is still clean and cold. All three tailwater sections of the Platte around Alcova are fishing great, wading and out of the boat! Even when the water does start to come… Read More

It’s Mini Rigging Time! North PLatte Fly Fishing Report

*****UPDATE 5/28 Lots of moisture has muddied up the river below ledge creek (4 miles down from grey reef dam) As of now the water clarity is good at the the dam. If the rain keeps up Grey reef reservoir could get dirty and we would see off color water at the dam. We would suggest not going to the… Read More

Spring North Platte Fishing Report

Fishing has been on fire these past few weeks, fish are really keying in on bugs! It is definitely feeling like spring here in central Wyoming, warm and sunny one day, rainy and cloudy the next. This is a good thing since baetis (BWO’s) love overcast drizzly weather! We have been seeing a lot of big healthy fish this year,… Read More

Grey Reef Guide Report

We are now 10-days past the end of the flush and entering the heart of spring fishing on Grey Reef.  Flows on Grey Reef are currently sitting at 500cfs and with good snowpack in the upper drainage, we are looking forward to a great year.  As you would expect the spawn is in full swing.  PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE be considerate… Read More

The 2019 flush has been pushed back to March 29th and will now be a ten day flush. The flush cleans out the river and creates excellent spawning habitat so our rainbows can have a easier time making the next generation of fish. The daily schedule, every day, for the entirety of the flush: 00:01 – 01:00 a.m. 500 CFS… Read More