MIRACLE MILE FISHING REPORT
Miracle Mile fishing report below is a free service provided by our shop guides and customers. The Miracle Mile report will be updated as often as needed and we will always change the reports if any sudden changes should occur. However please understand that sudden storms can often change conditions overnight before we can change the report. We welcome any Miracle Mile fishing reports that you would like to provide.
|3200 CFS / Click here for current flow chart
|BWO's, Midges / CLICK HERE FOR HATCH CHART
|Midges, BWO's, Rock Worms, Glo Bugs, Annelids, Scuds, Hot Head Leeches, Red san juan worms and rusty scuds.
4-19-17 The BWO hatch as started.
4-15-17 Flows now at 3200 cfs
4/3/17 The Mile is steadily improving with warmer temps. Rainbows are now in the spawning stage so please be careful where you wade. We expect very high water this spring at the Mile but don't let that scare you as it pushes this into the side channels and edges.
December 1st North Platte River Fly Fishing Report from mark boname on Vimeo.
7-20-16 Flows at the Miracle Mile are back down to 500cfs....best fishing early morning and late evening.
6-24-16 Miracle Mile Flows reduced down to 3800cfs....golden stones starting to move around
5-24-16 Flows at the Miracle Mile are now at 6000 cfs....leeches, annelids, san jaun worms, golden stone nymphs, baetis and midges best patterns.
5-11-16 Flows bumped up to 4000 cfs..... fish the edges and side channels for best results
5-1-16 Spring flows at the mile now at 2200 cfs. The BWO's have started so have an assortement of your favorite baetis patterns in 18-20. Red annelids, leeches, scuds and midges also working well.
4-11-16 The Mile is gin clear right now and fishing is good to excellent. Leeches, san juan worms, egg patterns and midges seem to work the best. Please be mindfull of the spawning fish and let them be....thanks.
3-11-16 Other than windy conditions, so far this spring we've been some good reports back from the Mirale Mile.