What a beautiful week we have had in Central Wyoming! Mild, sunny and calm. As we make our way toward the flush, here’s a few updates. Flows are currently as follows; Grey Reef(500cfs), Fremont Canyon(72cfs) and Miracle Mile(530cfs +/-). Currently Grey Reef Reservoir aka The Afterbay is drained to the river channel, this will continue until the start of the flush on March 31. After that we should see it fill back up.
All and all the fishing has been solid! Nymphing has been the name of the game with pine squirrel leeches, reef worms, san juans, PALs, rhinestones, mayhems and pulsating emergers being our list of go-to patterns. With the low flows our rigs have been living in the 4-6.5ft range, with 1-3 b shot depending on the run. This has been our setup for Grey Reef, Fremont Canyon and Miracle Mile. Keep in mind, with the low flows and clear water conditions, you might want to dial down your tippet size. Most of our crew has been fishing 4x fluorocarbon to the back fly.