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Thursday, October 11, 2012


CANON 5D Mark II body.  $1,500.00.  In great shape, limited use, comes with box and canon software.  Call 307.277.0093.  

Wednesday, August 15, 2012

What to Expect???

After a ridiculously hot and very dry spring and summer, what can we expect this winter???  Well, who knows?  Weather prediction seems to be a pretty inaccurate science but the above map is what they are throwing out for the 2012-2013 winter.  So, here we go!  Let's just hope the Platte gets some more water! 

Thursday, August 9, 2012


The Reef Fly Shop and North Platte Lodge is looking for a full time guide/fly shop employee for the 2013 season.

Please send resume and a least 1 letter of reccomendation to the following....


PO Box 105
Alcova, WY 8262o

Wednesday, July 25, 2012

Miracle Mile Fire

                                                      picture supplied by Eric S.G.

This is an article that appeared in the Casper Star-Tribune today.

Miracle Mile Fire

Monday was a barrage of slurry bombers and yesterday the smoke was almost imperceptible from the Grey Reef area. Grey Reef is an excellent alternative as the fishing has been great and the campground are sparsely populated. Looks like things should be back to "normal" soon.

Tuesday, July 17, 2012

Carp Jon For Sale

2003 Alumacraft Modified V hull (MV) 16' all welded jon boat side console with a 2003 Mercury 60/40 Jet 2 stroke outboard.
Hull and motor have low hours
Quick detach poling platform and casting deck
Carbon fiber push pole with mount
bow mounted trolling motor with foot controls
fish finder
pedestal  seats, 3 seats total 2 with pedestals
Upgraded to 12 gallon fuel tank
relocated Optima Yellow Top  under front deck for better weight distribution
Shore Lander Trailer

All in very good condition it just doesn't get the use it deserves.
Can be seen at The Reef Fly Shop
Call Erik at 307.237.1182

Monday, June 4, 2012

Algae Bloom on the Big Horn

Article link

Above is a link to an article that showed in today's Casper Star-Trubune. Interesting article. It appears that the Bighorn in Montana may be in for a slimy summer?