Last week I fished the Grey Reef section of the North Platte River in Wyoming with my father in law, who is as big a trout bum as I am! Here I am (left) with my father in law (right) at a spot we got out to wade. It's a beautiful river to drift. Pictures are worth a thousand words, so I'll cut to the chase. The fishing was amazing, the weather stellar. My guide there is Jason Hamrick, he is outstanding as are his other guides and his river cabins. I highly recommend www.cowboydrifters.net On to the pics! We literally caught about 140+ trout in 3 days. All in the 16-20 inch range with the odd 20-24 inch fish. We were fishing a double dry rig, #12 caddis in front and #16 caddis in back. Amazing dry fly action on the Grey Reef! What a score. Interesting random side note, Jason and I got to talking equipment, and he leveled with me that one of his favorite all time fly rods is a Sage DS2 490-2. He said they don't make 'em like they used to, and he loves the feel and action of this rod. I borrowed his for two days instead of fishing my own gear- really buttery sweet! Delicate yet powerful, with plenty of backbone when I needed it. After hundreds of casts and landing 50+ fish on it, I grew to love the rod as much as Jason does. To cap it off I ended up buying one off ebay through my iPhone while taking a break on the river! LOL! Epic. Gotta love the convenience of ebay and a smartphone . Now REALLY on to some pics. Thanks for reading and tight lines.