Fishing Report for Grey Reef, Miracle Mile, and Fremont Canyon

There’s a little break in the weather this weekend and we all have fishing on the brain. Fishing has been solid on all three tailwaters lately. Especially on the warmer days, even just a little change in the water temperature and the fish go crazy!

Fremont/Cardwell-75 CFS- Fishing has been good the past few weeks with some nice fishing being caught. Fishing are hanging out in the slower deeper water right now on all three tailwaters, not just at Fremont. Leeches, scuds, and reef worms followed up by a small midge have been working well.

Miracle Mile-500 CFS- Make sure to call and check the road conditions before heading out there this time of year. The road was not good for a period of time this winter. Fishing has been great out there. Swinging or slow stripping streamers has been really good depending on the day, a goldie in size #4 has been the ticket. Otherwise nymphing has been good. Scuds and leeches followed up with a zebra midge or the reef’s PAL has been money.

Grey Reef-500 CFS- Fishing has been really good the past few weeks, mainly focusing on the first few miles below the dam. Streamers and nymphs both producing some nice fish! The nymphing has been good with the same flies mentioned above, a leech, Reef Worm, or Deep Purple down to a PAL or black zebra midge has been good. You’ll find most of those fish staying in the deeper slower water. Typically when you find one fish this time of year there’s plenty more hanging in the same spot.

As always if you have any questions stop by the shop or drop us a line. Our winter Hours are Thursday- Monday 8-2. Hope to see everyone up here enjoying some nice weather and outstanding fishing.