Springtime on the Reef

Grey Reef is now flowing at 500 CFS and Miracle Mile is still at 1800 CFS. As of right now the water clarity below grey reef dam is still very good, but the reservoir is getting muddied up. Grey reef to lusby is still fishing great, ledge creek is still running muddy and dirtying up the river. So focus most… Read More

Grey Reef looks good and the fishing is HOT!

Grey reef is looking good again!The Platte is flowing at 800 CFS and looks good down to and a little past Government bridge. Fishing has been awesome with fish really going after baetis, our Mayhem Midge, foam post RS2, and a Barr’s emerger have been some of our best bugs.As a point fly we’ve been liking a pine squirrel leech… Read More

Grey Reef Blowout

Alcova experienced a heavy rainstorm today which has significantly muddied up Grey Reef reservoir. As of right now there is slightly more than a foot of visibility below the dam. This will pass within the next few days hopefully and fishing should return to normal. On a positive note, fishing before the storm today was lights out awesome! The past… Read More

Grey Reef Is On The Drop

As of this morning Grey Reef flows are holding steady at 1,000cfs and temperatures are at 48-51F.  With the amount of moisture hitting our area and Western Nebraska, this flow drop is no surprise.  We guess….  Upper Grey Reef is now in excellent shape and the fish are heavy on the feed.  If we continue to have good clarity and… Read More

1,500 CFS and great fishing!

Fishing has been nothing short of excellent the past few days! The flows are back down to 1,500 CFS, which will make wade fishing a bit more accessible. With cloudy and rainy conditions the baetis hatch has been awesome! All baetis flies have been working, especially RS2’s, all day may’s, and a two bit hooker. A deep purple as a… 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