Grey Reef Fishing Report Provided By North Platte River Fly Shop
Grey Reef fishing reports on the North Platte River is a free service provided by our Casper, Wyoming based fly shop fishing guides and customers. These Grey Reef fishing reports will be updated as often as needed and we will always change the report if any sudden changes should occur. However please understand that sudden storms can often change conditions overnight in and around Grey Reef before we can change the report. We welcome any fishing reports that you would like to provide on Gray Reef by giving the fly shop a call or email.
Grey Reef Fishing Reports
- Grey Reef Conditions: clear
Tricos, Caddis, Scuds, Red rock worms (annelids), San Juan worms, Hot Head Leeches, Squirrel Leeches, Halo midges. Swinging and dead drifting both the Brown Bite Me Buggers and Vanilla Buggers. Hot head leech or pine squirrel leech with san juan worm trailer also working well.
Comments / Grey Reef Guide Reports
8-28-15 North Platte River Guides Report on Grey Reef and Central Wyoming
8-21-15 North Platte Guide Service round table Grey Reef fishing report
8-7-2015 Grey Reef Guide Video Fishing Report
7-21-2015 Flows back up to 1500cfs for the time being, still expecting them to increase more. Hot flies are Yellow Sallies, Caddis, Pmd's and Trico's in the morning. Some dry fly action early morning or with overcast.
6-30-2015 Flows are finally going up tonight 250cfs and another 250cfs tomorrow night. It will help cool water temps back down and keep weed growth to a minimum. Flows should eventually be raised up over 2000cfs in the next week.
6-25-2015 Guide round table fishing report for Grey Reef
6-22-15 Flows will remain at 500cfs for at least another week according to Bureau of Reclamation
6-16-15 - Important Please Read
Road at Lusby Public Access Area to close for 24 hours due to construction
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will complete construction on June 23 to the access road to the Lusby Public Access Area. This construction will require the road be closed for 24 hours while the magnesium chloride is sprayed on the road base. To insure the magnesium chloride treatment is successful, the road will be closed from 4:00 pm June 22 until 4:00 pm June 23.
The road upgrade is a $200,000 investment and a 24 hour closure to traffic will insure the success of this investment.
6-4-2015 Grey Reef guide round table report for the North Platte River