A Little Rain

Cool and rainy this morning in Alcova. The rain has impacted the lower river, we still have plenty of water to fish but don’t expect much below Bates Creek(roughly 4 miles below Government Bridge). Fishing has been good! We are seeing really good numbers of fish on redds, so as always be considerate of the spawning fish and DO NOT walk through spawning areas or harass them in any way. Thank you!

If you are planning on heading this way make sure to buy your license before you arrive.

Current fishing and conditions:

GREY REEF: 800cfs. Clear from Grey Reef to Bates Creek confluence. Clarity decreasing the closer you get to Casper. 4-7ft, indicator to split shot, 1 BB-2 AB. Leeches(natural,brown or olive), UV leeches, reef worms, orange scuds, PALs, rhinestones, all-day mays, mayhems, foam-wing RS2, CDC foam wing RS2, juju baetis . Getting a decent number to grab the streamer on a medium strip. Baetis(BWOs) are popping!

FREMONT CANYON: 75cfs. Clear. 4-7ft, indicator to split shot, 1 BB-1 AB. Leeches(natural, brown or black), rhinestone, black RS2, and PALS.

MIRACLE MILE: 2000cfs. Flows will be going up this coming week to 2600cfs. Clear. 5-8ft, indicator to split shot, 1-3 AB. Leeches(natural, brown or black), HH leech, san juans and various midge stuff. Road conditions to the Mile as of today are going to be muddy.

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