Fished well yesterday despite the late day winds. We were spared the big winds most of the day. That wind was on the leading edge of a cold front that dropped a touch of snow on the area last night. The forecast for the next couple days has been wishy washy and now it claims we could see accumulation of up to 3 inches between Monday eve and Tuesday eve. Warm temps will follow and burn it off quickly. Our skiff from last night is already almost gone at 9:30 Am.
The lower river is still off color but should recover pretty quickly and the upper is in great shape. Call us directly with conditions and fishing report. We have had folks relaying totally false info. Both giving positive reports last week when Fremont was at 600cfs…and it wasn’t. And poor water reports for Grey Reef when it has been about as good as it could be. We have our shop, lodge and home overlooking the upper reaches and we see what happens as it happens. Not only this but we have guides driving from Casper every AM and PM that report on the conditions lower in the system. We have perspective that nobody else has. You may notice our reports are often paraphrased and published elsewhere. Our guides and guests know what the water conditions will be well before they hit the water…not be totally surprised as they drive up. This is a key difference in our operation.