Posted on August 23, 2015
Central Wyoming Fly Fishing is kicking butt and taking names. North Platte River conditions are better than I have ever seen them at this point in the season. Water is CLEAR at Grey Reef, Miracle Mile and Fremont Canyon. Fluorcarbon tippet will make a big difference in production. Miracle Mile is 1000cfs and clear with no tanic brown that is usual for this time of year. Fremont is again clear and dry/dropper rigs tricking them nicely. Grey Reef is also clear with light algae growth…far less than normal. Streamer and dry fly activity is strong and the nymphing is stellar. We are so excited about these conditions because not only is the fishing incredible currently but this makes the remainder of the season a no-brainer. We will continue with fun dry fly sessions and the streamer activity will only get better. The size of the fish at all venues has been great as well. Lots of 20″ trout with a lot of weight.
Pic: An example of what the guides are seeing daily. This from JJ’s boat this past week.