Winter Wadefishing on the North Platte Heats Up

We have had really nice winter weather thus far.  With daily temperatures hovering above the freezing mark, it’s fair to say it’s been a winter season for the angler.  Talked several different groups of fisherman yesterday evening at the Sunset B & G and from the sounds of it, it was a good day to be on the water.  A Goldie on a slow strip/swing below Grey Reef seems to be the ticket for all you streamer junkies.  As far as Fremont is concerned, it continues to produce good fish on all things midges…little brassies, zebra midges, etc.  The Mile has also been a mostly nymphing program, with spaghetti and meatballs(worms and eggs) producing fish from the canyon to chalk bluffs.