Fremont Canyon Fishing Report: North Platte River below Pathfinder Dam to Aclova Reservoir Streamflows &  River Conditions: The Fremont Canyon section of the N. Platte River has fished well this last week.  Standard winter tailwater flies & presentation is the rule at the moment. Streamers also getting it done! Get detailed information about t fly fishing the North Platte River in Fremont Canyon  >>

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LATEST FISHING REPORT
11/21/13
FREMONT CANYON STREAM FLOW & RIVER ACCESS FREMONT CANYON STREAMFLOW – 72 CFS
SEE REAL TIME  FLOWS: N. PLATTE STREAMFLOW BELOW PATHFINDER DAM
MAP: FREMONT CANYON ACCESS MAP
FREMONT CANYON FISHING CONDITIONS WATER CLARITY: Clear
WATER TEMPS: Mid 40’s
WEATHERAlcova, WY Weather Forecast
FREMONT
RATING (7/10)
Rating 8/10: Fremont is fishing well and we are finding some nice browns  Those big canyon run brown trout should be moving in soon!
FREMONT CANYON RECOMMENDED, RIGGING & TECHNIQUES
NYMPHING Definitely the name of the game. The water is murky but the fish are used to it.  Dont just fish the “junk” flies. Tie on some bugs.
STREAMERS Streamers have been moving fish in the deeper canyon spots and tailouts in cardwell.
SPEY/SWING We’ve gotten fish to chase small lightly dressed leech patterns.
Swinging Flies for Trout >>
DRIES X Some sippers here and there but nothing to write home about.
FLOAT N/A fremont is a wade fishing tailwater
WADE If Cardwell is busy, head down stream and do some exploring in the canyon
FLY FISHING GEAR Everything you’ll need for Fremont Canyon  North Platte Fly Fishing Gear & Checklist >>
FREMONT CANYON RECOMMENDED FLIES
NYMPHS
Attractors: Blood-Dot troutbeads 6-8mm, #16-18 Spanjuan Worms, flashtail mini worms, #14-18 Orange & Hotspot Scuds,  Dropper Flies: #18-20 Purple Tung Jujubaetis, #18 Rojo Midge, #18 Black Beauty Emerger,
Leader/Tippet/Weight:9ft 4x leaders, 3x-5x flouro tippet, BB-#1 Split Shot yarn or pinch on indicators
STREAMERS CAST & STRIP:#6-8 Gummy Buggers (olive or black), Bread ‘n Butter Buggers, #4×4 Double Gongas (Rusty & Tan) #8-10 Slumpubsters. Leaders/Tips: 7ft Rio Versi-leader or long 0x leader (9-10ft).
SPEY/SWING If you just have to swing flies, hit the Reef or Mile. That being said, a leach on a traditional style dry line & poly leader will work in the few low water swing spots
RIVER/SEASON SPECIFIC FLY SELECTIONS Be sure to check out our Fremont Canyon Specific Fly Selections >>
LATEST LATEST FREMONT CANYON REPORT, NEWS & UPDATES Fremont Canyon Fishing Report 11/13/13:  Seeing some nice fish coming from Fremont lately.  Water seams to be clearing slightly, but still not clear by any stretch of the imagination.  Some nice fall browns but Fremont isn’t a brown fishery they way it is a rainbow fishery in the spring.10/1/13: I made it up this past weekend to teach a spey class and found time to sneak into Fremont With Wayne.  We death marched ino some canyon stretch and also fished cardwell. Solid fishing, but not spectacular.  Won’t be long though!FREMONT CANYON FISHNG REPORT 4/15/13: Fish are being caught pretty steadily and there are definitely some big fish to be had. That said, the cat is out of the bag on this place, and it has been crowded. If it’s busy, go explore the Canyon.  There are plenty of big fish (if not more) than in the cardwell access and NO PEOPLE!
GREY REEF FLY FISHING ARTICLES & INFORMATION
It’s hard to get excited about fishing anything other than the North Platte from now until June. The N. Platte is the real deal and nothing in the lower 48 touches it.  

North Platte River Fremont Canyon Fly Fishing | Summer Fly Fishing in Wyoming
Now that Summer is around the corner, a lot of people have been asking how Fremont Fishes through the hot months. The answer is the N. Platte fishes well 365.  Here is what you need to know about Grey Reef, Fremont and the Miracle Mile this summer. North Platte Fremont Canyon Summer Fly fishing Info >>
Fremont Canyon has been fishing well all though with higher flows reaching the main channel can be tricky.  is on fire! Tons of BWO’s still around, and the fish are on the feed.
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