Valentine’s Day, the midpoint of February. Granted it still feels mostly like winter, you can kind of feel a little bit of change in the air. Super Bowl Sunday was one for the books with mild temps, sunny skies and virtually no wind. It was a good day to be on the water! Unfortunately the mild temperatures are going to leave for a few days, as another cold front is set to hit this afternoon. Keep in mind with this afternoon’s storm system, river and driving conditions could change for the next couple of days.
Here’s our current Grey Reef/Fremont Canyon/Miracle Mile conditions and fishing report…
Grey Reef: 450cfs
Very clear from Grey Reef to Lusby, floatable from Grey Reef to Lusby. 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, near-nuff sculpin(tan).
Fremont Canyon: 76cfs
Clear. Road into the Canyon is icy in spots.
Nymphs: orange scud, amber scud, PAL, rhinestone, mayhem(grey), brassie(red).
Dries: Griffiths gnat, para adams.
Miracle Mile: 535cfs +/- (We do not have any updated fishing report due to the driving conditions on Kortes Road. Miracle Mile is passable but PLEASE use caution and pack the appropriate gear and equipment.)