It’s hard to believe we are already almost a full week into February. Spring is going to be here before we know it! After the last big snow/cold event, Central Wyoming has been on a little bit of a warming trend. The past few days have delivered highs in the mid to high 30s but it looks like week ahead is going to cool down a touch and may have a few days of snow mixed in.
Here’s the updated conditions/fishing report for Grey Reef, Fremont Canyon and Miracle Mile…
Grey Reef: 450cfs
Very clear from Grey Reef to Lusby, Floatable from Grey Reef to Lusby as of today. Frozen in sections from Lusby to Casper.
Nymphs: Pine squirrel leech(brown or natural), Hot-head leech(black w/ chartruese head or brown w/ orange head), PAL, rhinestone, reef worm, mini impaler, all-day may(black), amber scud, grey scud.
Streamers: rusty-t, goldie, articulated goldie.
Fremont Canyon: 76cfs
Clear. Road into the Canyon is icy in spots.
Nymphs: orange scud, amber scud, PAL, rhinestone, mayhem, brassie.
Dries: Griffiths gnat, para adams.
Miracle Mile: 535cfs +/- (We do not have any updated fishing report due to the driving conditions. We would not advise driving from Alcova to the Miracle Mile at this time.)