Mayhem Midge – Black #18,#20
Pine Squirrel Leech – Natural, Brown #10
Red/Purple Rock Worm #14, #16, #18
Tailwater Tiny – Black #18,#20
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The Grey Reef tail water is an excellent trout fishery. Clear, cool water from the reservoir maintains optimum water temperatures for trout populations and year round fishing opportunities.
The end of waterfowl season is drawing to an end. However it’s not too late to book your hunt. Continue reading →
(Grey Reef Dam to Government Bridge) River Level/Conditions: 4,700 cfs Hatches: Midges, Baetis Forecast: Call for fishing Forecast Do not forget that below Grey Reef (cable to cable is closed until May 1st). Please use extreme caution when wading with these high flows. The … Continue reading →
(Government Bridge to Glenrock) River Level/Conditions: 5,000 cfs Slightly off color Hatches: Midges, Baetis Forecast: Call for Fishing Forecast The stretch of river from Government Bridge to Sechrist is slightly off color. Feel free to call the shop for your most up … Continue reading →
River Level/Conditions: 8,000 cfs / Average clarity Hatches: Midges Forecast: Please Call. Please use extreme caution when wading with these high flows. Nymph fishing is strong with eggs, san juan worms, half backs and stone fly patterns. Check road conditions to … Continue reading →
River Level/Conditions: 3,000 cfs Hatches: Midges Forecast: Please Call. Wade fishing has been difficult with the water running so high, please use extreme caution when wading! Mid morning and afternoon dry fly fishing with midges and baetis have been a strong option. Small buggers … Continue reading →
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