With great dry fly fishing and fantastic scenery the Miracle Mile really has it all. Smashed between two huge reservoirs, Pathfinder and Seminole, this tailwater looks and fishes like a free-stone river. Depending upon Pathfinder Reservoir levels, float trips range between 5 and 12 miles. The Miracle Mile, coined by famous broadcaster Curt Gowdy on the American Sportsman TV show, courses past cliffs, through canyons and past boulders, still water, and swift runs with a back drop of sagebrush, cottonwoods, and ponderosa pines. Aquatic life is prolific and diverse. Hatches include giant golden stoneflies, caddis, pmd's, baetis, yellow sallie stoneflies, and midges. Every year the Mile produces some truly amazing trout. Wyoming Game and Fish biologists electro-shock the Miracle Mile each year. Trout numbers hover around 3,200 fish per mile, and each year they shock brown trout that exceed 10 pounds.