North Platte Fishing Report

Happy New Year! We hope everyone had a safe and fun holiday! So far the start of 2016, like the weeks before it, has been cold. That will change in the coming days though, with highs in the upper 30’s predicted. Definitely some good days to get out and catch your first fish of 2016. Don’t forget to get a… Read More

Winter Grey Reef Fishing Report

Winter weather is on its way and the fishing is great! All three tailwaters have been have fishing well, with consistent flows and great visibility this is a great time to get out and fish. Grey Reef is flowing at 500 CFS and the water temps are fairly cold. Still a fair amount of vegetation for this time of year,… Read More

Grey Reef Fishing Report

Happy Thanksgiving! We have so much to be thankful for around here, especially the great fishing! The fishing has been solid the past few weeks, with all three tailwaters doing well. Grey Reef is still flowing at 500 CFS and has been consistently fishing great. The weeds are clearing out with this cold snap we are having and the water… Read More

North Platte Fishing Report

We are going to our winter hours in the shop now. Monday and Tuesday: We will be closed. Wednesday through Sunday:  We will be open from 8-2 Grey Reef is still flowing at 500 CFS and the fishing is good and only getting better. Small Streamers is the name of the game right now. There are a lot of healthy… Read More

Rain, Rain, and more Rain!

We experienced another heavy rainfall yesterday afternoon and evening as a result Grey Reef is very dirty due to eagle creek pumping in red mud. Fremont is crowded but fishing well and so is the afterbay below Alcova dam. Going out to the Mile is out of the question, the road was very muddy and slippery this morning. Unfortunately all… Read More

Wyoming Fly Fishing Report

-15F and snow in Alcova, Wyoming last week-this week sunny and 50s!  Maybe spring has sprung?  Regardless, we are having some beautiful weather and our guides are hoping to take full advantage.  Had a good weekend, the nymph fishing on upper Grey Reef  was solid with the standard spring fare-leeches, reef worms, deep purple, and various foam-wing midge patterns.  Yesterday… Read More