Posted in Grey Reef Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

July 18th 2014 Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report-We know were the Big Browns are!

The fly fishing on the upper Grey Reef is silly.  If you like to catch big browns on streamers(23′plus), well we know some areas that are producing them.  If you like to catch a ton of great sized fish all day long averaging 17-21 inches, well we have the guides that can make it happen!  O and they are patient and fun to fish with too!  No grouchy guides here.  Was your last experience on the Grey Reef with a grouchy guide?  Check out our NEW 100% GUARENTEE under values on the front page.

Top Flies- Red rock worms, merceres poxyback pmds, Mark Boname’s split foam back pmds bead headed and non, any cdc emerger pmd patterns, white bow river buggers

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July 17th 2014 Platte River Fly Fishing Report

Big fish on streamers if you have the patience!!

Platte River Fly Fishing Repor

Platte River Fly Fishing Report

 

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Posted in Miracle Mile Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

July 17th 2014 Miracle Mile Fishing Report

Miracle Mile Fishing Report

Miracle Mile Fishing Report

They finished up shocking the Miracle Mile.  We ran into their boats today but we started early so we werent unlucky enough to fish behind them.  Wow was the fishing rediculous.  They dropped the flows way down so all the Trout were jammed into small runs.  What a fun day with guests Richard and David.

As always feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding our Miracle Mile Fly Fishing Report!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!  307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

Posted in Grey Reef Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

July 14th 2014 Platte River Fishing Report

Platte River Fishing Report

Platte River Fishing Report

Fishing has been stellar in the morning and afternoon. Large PMD were popping all over the place with bigger PMD patterns fishing all day. Purple rock worms fished very well as well at around 6 ft to an AB. Fished are stacked on the inside seams of faster moving water. Starting as far inside and possible then

Platte River Fishing Report

Platte River Fishing Guide Report

moving out seems to be the best tactic by a long shot. Dave and Adrian had twenty doubles and boated around 70 fish today with several at or over the 20″ mark.

Tyler G. Soulek Professional Platte River Fishing Guide

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July 10th 2014 Platte River Fishing Report

As I was heading out to pick up my guests at our lodge, I looked over and realized that the lower sections had cleared up.  I was so used to them being dirty because of all the moisture we had, it caught me by surpise.  I drove down to the Sechrist put in and sure enough it was much clearer.  So I took the Selch group for their last day of their 4 day fishing trip from Sechrist to Government Bridge.  The fishing was very good!  What a breath of fresh air.  Mainly the top 12 miles of the Grey Reef has been clear enough to fish since spring.  So it is very nice to spread boats out.  We only saw one other boat all day.  Red san wons, red rock worms, brown pine squrrell leechs were fly of choice.

Luke Keil Platte River Fishing Guide

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Posted in Miracle Mile Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

July 9th 2014 Miracle Mile Fishing Report

Miracle Mile Fishing Report

Miracle Mile Fishing Report

Yep you guessed it.  That is Michael again holding a Trout caught on a Stonefly at the Miracle Mile.  When we have guests here for multiple days we give them a taste of all of the good water around Casper.  The Mile is flowing high at around 3500 cfs.  The fishing are gobling stoneflies.  For nymphing a pats rubber legs and a bead headed half back did the trick until around 1 pm then red san wons.

If you ever have any questions about FLIES working on our Miracle Mile Fishing Report, feel free to contact us!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

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July 8th 2014 Grey Reef Report

Grey Reef Report

Grey Reef Report

The Grey Reef is flowing nearly 3000 cfs and fishing fantastic!  Check this 23in. Rainbow Trout that Michael Selch caught.  ”As a guide I wanna say I love high water!  It’s great because the fish spread out and give you many more places to catch the fish.  And it spreads the boats out.”

Flies of choice: Red rock worms, black & brown midges in the am, pmds

Fly fishing guide Luke Keil

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July 7th 2014 Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report

Nothing has changed on the Grey Reef as far as fishing goes.  Well except it’s getting a bit warmer.  But the fishing has been great!  Just ask our friends Michael and Jean Selch who returned again this year.  They decided it’s awesome enough that they needed 4 straight days on our amazing Wyoming waters. There’s a reason that we get people who fish all over, who come here and book multiple days.  Because the fishing cannot be beat! Big fish after fish after fish after fish.

If you ever have any questions about FLIES working on our Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report, feel free to contact us!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

Posted in Platte River Fishing Report

Laura proudly displaying her catch...

and Bobby doing the same!

Flows have increased to 2500 cubic feet per second, spreading out the number of good areas to fish. Look for in the days to come for more and more trips to take place down from Government Bridge (though the upper portions will fish well all summer).

Today we had the pleasure of entertaining Bobby Craft and some of his friends. Two fished with the guide and three more followed us in a separate boat. Check out some of their catches.

We are booking trips for July as we speak, but still have a few openings. Don’t miss out on an opportunity to take advantage of everything a day on the Reef offers. Call us today at 307 267 5161.

Posted in Grey Reef Lodging Cabins, Platte River Fishing Report

Water flows have increased to 1250 cfs. Rock worms, San Juan’s, hot head leeches, lighter PMD nymphs, caddis, and yellow sallies all working well. Cloudy but fishable below Government Bridge until river settles after flow increase.-Will Beggs, Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide

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Posted in Grey Reef Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report, Wyoming Fly Fishing Guides

Flows still at 1000 cfs. We’re doing well with dark and natural pine squirrel leeches. Rock worms working good for the second day in a row. RS2 Foam posts and light colored PMD’s also getting the job done. The river is fishing heavy. Like yesterday we’re using .8 grams with 5-7 feet of leader.-Oliver Ashenhurst, Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide

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Flows have increased to 1000 cfs. Water is somewhat cloudy. We’ve had success with dark leeches, San Juan worms, green beads, soft hackle caddis. Fishing slow seams. 6 ft with .8 grams for weight.-Oliver Ashenhurst, Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide

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Posted in Platte River Fishing Report

Small gray midges early in the morning. Light colored soft hackle caddis patterns, rust pale morning duns, and yellow sally. Clarity is good. Flows at 802 CFS. Fishing is consistently productive throughout the day.-Oliver Ashenhurst, Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide

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Bugs that were working for us today include caddis, yellow sallies, rock worms, and natural pine squirrel leeches. Success with black midges early in the morning. Water flowing at 800 CFS and clearing up.

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June 11 2014-Grey Reef Fishing Guides Report

Grey Reef Fishing Guides Report

Grey Reef Fishing Guides Report

Yes our Grey Reef fishing guides are coming back with EXCELLENT reports.  After pumping the stomachs of a few fish you will find that Pale Morning Dun’s are quickly becoming one of the main food sources for Trout right now.  Also Caddis are popping around much more frequently.  This means dry fly action especially in the afternoons is gonna heat up.  The current water flows have recently been bumped to 800 cfs which has spread more fish out, meaning we have been able to find fish in more spots.  The guides are loving the higher water and are hoping it will increase even more quickly!  Check out our $40 off deal for a half or full day though June 30th.  Check our site regularly for the deals that we often run!  Just mention the report when you book to receive the discount.

FLIES of choice: Mercer’s Poxyback, Mark Bonam’s split foam back pmd(can be purchased @ Platte River Fly Shop), Light cream egg patterns, & hairs ears.

If you ever have any questions about FLIES working on our Grey Reef Fishing Guides Report, feel free to contact us!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

 

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Sunday June 9th 2014-Casper Fishing Guides

Casper Fishing Guides

Casper Fishing Guides

I had an early 5am half day with John Freeman and his buddy today.  We slayed the fish before they had to rush back to Denver to the fast life.

PMD’S   PMD’S  PMD’s

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Posted in Grey Reef Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

Today we were fishing six foot AB in most runs. Dark pine squirrel leeches have been our top fly.Crawdads and rock worms have also done well the last few days as water is a little chalky. The flows out of Grey Reef Dam are at 714 cfs.-Oliver Ashenhurst, Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide

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Posted in Grey Reef Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

The Steffen family enjoying a day on the Grey Reef.

Another stellar day on the reef.  Water flows were increased to 800 cfs today.  The increase in flow has caused the fish to spread out, which has only added to the number of good fishing spots.  No wind, excellent water clarity, and lots and lots of fish.

Luke and Oliver, two of our star guides, are entertaining the Steffen family from Minnesota. Pale Morning Duns have been the fly of choice. Still have a few opening for this weekend. Mention to Mike that you read this report and get $50 off on a full day or half day.

If you ever have any questions about FLIES working on our Grey Reef Fishing Report, feel free to contact us!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

 

Don't let her tell you she is a beginner!

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June 10th-Casper Fly Fishing Guides

Casper Fly Fishing Guides

Casper Fly Fishing Guides

Doubles doubles.  Lots of doubles!!  Why? Because the fish are so hungry & our guides know how to catch them enough that the 2 guests in each boat are both hooking fish at the same time.  What else can I say. All of our guests are coming back ranting & raving about the best fishing they have experienced & our Casper fly fishing guides that made it happen.  Come & see if it’s a myth.  If you think it is we will give you your money back!!!

If you ever have any questions about FLIES working on our Grey Reef Fishing Guides Report, feel free to contact us!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

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Another stellar fishing day on the Grey Reef! The clarity of the water on the Reef to Lusby stretch has made a complete recovery from last week’s blowout. Minimal cloud cover with almost no wind. We watched one of our guests catch a 24 1/2 inch rainbow trout. We are getting excellent results with the pale morning dun.
We still have openings for Friday and Sunday. To reserve a trip text or call us at 307 267 5161.

Posted in Grey Reef Fishing Report, Platte River Fishing Report

May 28, 2014 Grey Reef Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fishing

Grey Reef Fishing (one double of many)

Another great day fishing Reef to Lusby.  The water clarity  is still recovering from the blowout last Friday, but the fishing was still excellent. (The great fishing, in spite of the blowout, is a testament to the high density of the fish population in the Grey Reef area.) One of our senior guides believes that this week is THE best that he has ever seen the Grey Reef fish in less-than-ideal water clarity conditions.  McGruber and Bionic Midges #20,  small chocolate leeches #14 and peach egg patterns all worked extremely well throughout the day.

Grey Reef Fishing Guide Oliver Ashenhurst

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Monday May 27th 2014 Grey Reef Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fishing Report

Grey Reef Fishing Report

The Grey Reef is recovering quickly from the run off from the big rains we have had the past week.  Guides are coming back with excellent reports(They did even when the water was dirty).  We are still getting a good midge hatch followed by a great blue wing hatch that is giving some excellent dry fly opportunities.

Top producing flies: Mayhem midgen, Pals midge, grey rs2 patterns, brown pine squirell leeches(especially in dirty water), and egg patterns.

Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide Luke Keil If you ever have any questions about FLIES working on our Grey Reef Fly Fishing Report, feel free to contact us!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

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The Grey Reef was still fairly dirty today, but fishing was surprisingly productive. Although numbers were down slightly, more than half of fish caught today were at least 18″. Egg patterns, leeches, pheasant tails, midges and dark wooly boogers all caught fish. Flows are still down but we should expect to finally see them raised sometime in June.-

Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guide Oliver Ashenhurst

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A few days ago the Grey Reef was blown out and many were having to adjust their plans accordingly.  Not the case today!  Reef to Lusby is fishing very good. We took out one of our locals and a guest of his for some holiday fun, and they more or less have had the river to themselves. We’ve watched the two of them catch at least thirty fish total including five doubles (this is at the three hour mark…they are not even done). Ledge Creek is not dumping dirty water in. We’ve had great success with brown pine squirrel leeches and chartreuse egg patterns. Give us a call…we still have some last minute openings for tomorrow and Wednesday.

Grey Reef Fishing Guide Luke Keil

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Posted in Miracle Mile Fishing Report

Sat May 24th 2014 Miracle Mile Fly Fishing Report

Miracle Mile Fly Fishing Report

Miracle Mile Fly Fishing Report

The Grey Reef experienced a lot of rain and got blown out.  We took our 6 boat group to the Miracle Mile because it is sheltered from run off.  The water was clear and running over 1500 cfs.  The fishing was pretty good.  We also took 3 boats up there on Sunday and it fished even better.  There was a pretty good midge hatch followed by a blue wing hatch. Fishing the Miracle Mile is always like taking a breathe of fresh air.  You hardly see any other boat traffic up there and the scenery is breathtaking!

As always feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding our Miracle Mile Fly Fishing Report!  We will never put pressure on you to purchase from us. You don’t have to buy from us to get the friendly service you ALWAYS deserve! We are here to serve YOU with excellence!    307.267.5161/  info@wyominganglers.com

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