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Grey Reef Fly Fishing Trip Spring 2014 #2

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North Platte River Grey Reef Fly fishing Trips

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Grey Reef Fly Fishing Trip Spring 2014 #3

The Grey Reef stretch of the North Platte River formed below the Grey Reef Reservoir, has been recognized as a trophy Blue Ribbon tail water. The flush and flow management, coupled with the artificial fly and lure only regulations, have produced the best wild rainbow trout fishery in the West and aptly referred to as the last untouched tail water in the West. Many say that Grey Reef fly fishing is what the Bighorn and San Juan were like 15 years ago. This is the most productive and consistent stretch for large trout on the North Platte River. The upper 12 miles of the Grey Reef has over 8000 fish per mile with an average of 16-19 inches. You can see why American Angler Magazine named the Grey Reef the #1 section in the lower 48 states for number and size of trout. The 36 miles of river above Casper and 30 some miles below, offer world class Trout fishing with a legitimate shot at a 10lb fish. If you want a legitimate chance at a rainbow or brown of a lifetime, come fishing with us on the North Platte River below Grey Reef. Here you will be out numbered by fish and wildlife, not other fisherman. But don’t take our word for it, come see for yourself what Grey Reef fly fishing is like.

Grey Reef is considered one of the best rainbow trout fly fishing destinations in the country. The Grey Reef tailwater section of the North Platte in Central Wyoming is well known for its impressive number of fish and particularly large ones. Fish here average 16-20 inches and plenty of fish in the 5 to 10 pound range. This stretch of the North Platte River is almost entirely privately held which keeps the pressure low. The most recent fish count shows approximately 8000 fish per mile. You can trust Wyoming Anglers to set you up with Grey Reef Fly Fishing Guides that will give you the best experience!