We hope everyone had a safe and enjoyable New Year. Here’s to 2023! Well, we are starting the year off right in Central Wyoming. As we write this little report we are on the backend of a two day snow event that has taken snowpack above 120% in the entire North Platte River drainage. We like it!
Otherwise things are good here, just getting dialed in for the upcoming season. Before this latest storm the weather was pretty nice and we actually had a few boats on the water to round out the year. When you get the weather windows the fishing has been pretty solid! So here’s an updated conditions/fishing report for all of you winter anglers…
Grey Reef: 450cfs
Fremont Canyon: 76cfs
Miracle Mile: 535cfs +/- (*As always this time of year use caution if you are thinking about venturing to the Mile. Make sure to check with someone local and be prepared.)
Nymphs: amber scud, ray charles(tan), rhinestone, PAL, pine squirrel leech(brown or natural), mayhem midge(black), reef worm, hot head pine squirrel leech(chartreuse and black)
Streamers: rusty-t, articulated goldie, goldie w/ a pine squirrel leech trailer