North Platte Fly Fishing Report-Here’s to the New Year 2013

Well, we hope this post finds you well and everyone is having a good start to the new year.  All is well in Alcova, as winter weather has finally settled into the area.  We are experiencing some fairly cold temperatures but the wind has been relatively calm permitting us to get in a little fishing for ourselves.  Both Grey Reef and Miracle Mile have been fishing well, with various winter nymph patterns being the key.  Pine squirrel leeches, UV leech, ice minnow, PALs, and various scuds.  We are catching the greater numbers of fish towards the tailouts and deeper sections.  Fremont has been a little slow as of late, which could be due to low water conditions in Pathfinder.

We are not attending the Denver shows this year, we are in the midst of some major construction and we are starting to reload the fly shop for the upcoming season.  Let me tell you, we are excited!!!!  The fly selection this year is going to be off-the-charts, 727 North Platte proven patterns, with plenty of TRFS customs.  As for the construction…we are going be adding cabins and RV spots, along with a few other features at the fly shop.  It’s going to be exciting and we will keep everyone posted along the way!