It seems this year we are staying a little more consistent on the snow. Southern and Central Wyoming has been seeing storm systems at least once, if not two times a week. Snow pack in the North Platte drainage is anywhere from 116%-165%. That’s pretty darn good if you ask us. Hopefully we continue to keep piling it on!
Now let’s talk about the conditions and the fishing…
Grey Reef: 450cfs (*Floatable from Grey Reef Dam to Lusby.)
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.)
What flies are working? Here’s Mason Bouffard’s top pick nymphs….
PALs, rhinestones, leeches(brown, natural, UV brown and hot head) scuds(amber, orange and olive), reef worms and mayhems.
Remember to concentrate on the lower half of the run. If the water looks deep and slow, fish it!