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

Things are buggy here on the North Platte, midges, baetis, and even some caddis are all around! We’re finding a lot of fish hanging out at the top of runs, edges, and seams feasting on bugs. A “mini rig” has been working well for these fish. Our set up is typically 2-3′ indicator to weight with a #4 or #6… 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

Grey Reef Winter Fly Fishing Report

Fishing has been good all winter long! Nymphing remains your best bet, but streamer fishing has been really good on most sections. The weather looks like its going to cold and snowy the next few days, fishing will be best during the warmest part of the day. Fremont/Cardwell 75 CFS- The flows have dropped back down the their winter normal…. Read More

Happy Thanksgiving- North Platte River Fly Fishing Report

Its late November and the fishing is great! Fishing on all three tailwaters has been good, especially on the Reef and at Fremont. The off-season is a great time to experience Grey Reef, big feisty fish and close to zero crowds makes for a great time. We will be closed tomorrow for Thanksgiving and will be open again on Friday… Read More

Fall Fishing is Here! North Platte River Fishing Report

Fishing has been fantastic on all three tailwaters lately,the fish are still looking up! Dries, streamers, and nymphs have all been working well. We had some wintery cold weather last week, but this week looks to be awesome, highs in the 50’s, sunny and not much of that “W” word. Fremont/Cardwell- 75 CFS- Fishing has been good with little pressure… Read More

Dry Fly Extravaganza!

Hard to beat fishing on the North Platte right now! Fish are attacking dries, streamers, and nymphs! Fishing from the mile to all the way below Casper has been consistently good, with dry/dropper being the prefer method. We have 1 cottage left for this weekend, come see some fired up fish on the surface! Miracle Mile – 500 CFS Fishing… Read More