River Report
Report Bugs Weather Map River Rating: River Flow: -999999 cfsCurrent Temp: 25°F 
River Statistics:
»Northgate Canyon
Current:   -999999 cfs
6 Hrs Ago:   -999999 cfs
12 Hrs Ago:   -999999 cfs
24 Hrs Ago:   -999999 cfs
Gage Height:   3.67 ft

Cold, cold, COLD up in Wyoming right now. With that being said, the fishing remains strong on the Reef and Mile. Small midges are always fishy in January on the NP, but be warned- these fish are notorious for bending out small size 18-22 hooks. Other producers will be the usuals- leeches, annelids, and small general attractor nymphs. The fishing has been somewhat consistent throughout the day, although cold mornings can make for a slow start, especially if the night before saw temperatures sub 15. As we enter February, fish will start to begin to look harder for a meal before the upcoming Spring spawning season. Swinging a small streamer low and slow can pick fish up and is a fun change of pace after staring at an indicator all day- think Sculpzilla's, Goldies, Buggers, and never discount the Autumn Splendor. If your plan is to drive to the Mile, be sure to check the weather report, both from a road conditions standpoint, and to make sure you won't run into a big storm on the way home- you can ask Randy about his experience last December getting stuck in Alcova (It was as epic as you think).

Report Updated On: 01/30/2016
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