Friday, April 23, 2010

Wyoming Fly Fishing / Platte River Fly Shop

Gray Reef Update!!!

The 2010 season has kicked off with a bang. The weather has been great and the fishing has been even better. I wanted to send an email to give everyone a little update. 2010 is shaping up to be our best season to date. All the trips have been reporting big numbers and size on a daily basis. The river is consistently producing big fish and lots of them. With the average fish on the upper section running 19 to 20 inches and even 24s and 25s being caught, this spring is definitely the time to get out on the Reef!!!!!

In these cold clear waters, a legendary race of trout has evolved, renowned for thier aggressive takes, long hard runs, acrobatic leaps and unparalleled beauty. Considering the reputation of the fish, there is no better place to pursue them than below Gray Reef Dam in the spring. Spring means the biggest trout are navigating the currents of the North Platte toward the prime spawning grounds below Gray Reef Dam. Although we definitely do not target these fish on the redds, the deep classic runs and tailout glides fill with these monster trout and they are on the feed!

Wyoming Fly Fishing Guide Service and Platte River Fly Shop started running guide trips on the Gray Reef sections of the North Platte in 1987, a full eleven years before any other outfitters. We were the first outfitters to start targeting the big trout that these waters have become famous for. The most experienced guide staff, combined with some of the biggest wild trout in the country, add to that the best time of year to catch them and you can only produce a trip of a lifetime.

Due to the great fishing this spring, our guided float trips have been in high demand and our books have been filling up very quickly. So if you would like to get in on this unbelievable fishing opportunity, call the shop (307-237-5997) we will get you all set up. Come share a day with us on the water.

Best Fishes,

Ryan Anderson

Wyoming Fly Fishing / Platte River Fly Shop


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