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Greys River Sponsored by
Date 31-May-17
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Conditions : GREYS RIVER: Of the Salt River tributaries, Jackknife Creek might be in the best shape where small woolly bugger types and bead head nymphs would be best bets for action. All streams draining high country will host run-off for a while.

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About: - Greys River is located just east of the Idaho Border near Alpine, Wyoming. The river is about 55 miles in length and will eventually flow into Palisades Reservoir on the Idaho Wyoming border, Like many of Wyoming rivers, fishing season on the Greys is influenced by winter snow pack and spring runoff.  Typically good fishing starts late June and continues on into autumn. (more on the Greys River)
  • Cutthroat Trout
  • Browns
  • Rainbow

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