North Platte River

A trip to Wyoming

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Steve Schweitzer

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Join GFF partner Steve Schweitzer and his friend Kurt Legerski on a trip to this famous river.

Images for this day's podcast
First rainbow - Kurt Legerski nets the first rainbow of the day using a small #22 RSII.
First rainbow
An excellent run - An excellent run near the beginning of the effluent at Miracle Mile on the North Platte River. (Notice Kurt in the lower right of the picture)
An excellent run
Fly or life... - Kurt hangs a fly in the tree after snapping off a fish
unexpectedly... he decides a fly is more valuable than his life!
Fly or life...
North Platte Rainbow - Steve nets a nice North Platte Rainbow using a #20 baetis emerger.
North Platte Rainbow
Effluent - Effluent coming out of the bottom of Alcova Reservoir... notice Kurt wading on the left just near the white water.
18-22 - The only fly box you\'ll need on the North Platte, sized 18 - 22 midges and baetis.
The long road - The long road home to Fort Collins, CO.
The long road
Pronghorn - A picture through the truck window going 80 mph!  In Wyoming, you\'ll see more pronghorn than rabbits and people combined!
Diplodocus Drive-Through Liquors & Bar -  A roadside stop from the past: \
Diplodocus Drive-Through Liquors & Bar

Published April 28th 2007
Duration 28 minutes and 08 seconds
File size 25.79 Mb

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