Flush Fishing is ON!

Fishing has been just on fire during the flush! We have had boats out this past week doing everything from riding the “wave” down to wade fishing after the flows drop. The fish are pumped up and on the feed. Leeches, scuds, and worms are all on the menu. The flush will continue through Wednesday the 21st and be back… Read More

Flush Fever!

Fishing has been lights out on the days leading up to the flush! Streamers, nymphs and even some dries have all been working well. Looks like we have some incredible weather for the first week of the flush, couldn’t pick a better time to be here! The annual flush of Grey Reef is slated to begin tomorrow, 3/12, and go… Read More

Winter is Coming! Fishing Report for the North Platte River

Fishing and weather has been fantastic as of late, with great fish being caught daily! We have had nice weather for November with highs in the upper 40’s and lows around 30. All flows have stayed constant and are down to their winter levels. Now is the time to get up here and catch a big one! Miracle Mile- 500… Read More

Fall Fishing is Here! North Platte Fishing Report

It sure feels like Fall is starting here in Alcova and the fish have noticed too! They are eating more and fighting harder than ever! Dry fly and streamer fishing has been the name of the game lately! Looks like more rainy weather rolling in this week with highs in the 60’s-70’s, perfect time to get up here and throw… Read More

It’s Dry Fly Time! North Platte fishing Report

Dry fly fishing has been outstanding the past few weeks! Tricos in the morning, hoppers (finally!) and psuedos in the afternoon, and caddis in the evening! Flows have stayed stable the past month, but we do expect them to drop sometime soon. We have a stellar weather forecast this weekend, get up here and experience of these Grey Reef trout… Read More

Hoppers??? North Platte River Fishing Report

We are seeing a TON OF HOPPERS on the banks and in the water the past few weeks. We have had some success throwing the big foam hoppers on those breezy hot afternoons, even if they don’t eat the hopper you can nail fish on a beadhead dropper. A prince nymph, two bit hooker, hare’s ear, or pheasant tail will… Read More