Experience the wide variety of fishing available to Wyoming anglers of any
age or persuasion. From blue ribbon trout streams to world class reservoir fisheries, there are opportunities for the catch of a lifetime or a simple
Review forms and applications for fishing in Wyoming including methods of take and bait dealers.
Before going out on the water, visit our Watercraft Information pages to view, print and purchase all information relating to Wyoming watercraft.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department currently maintains ten fish hatcheries and rearing stations. These facilities are an integral part of our efforts to provide quality fishing, native species restoration and fisheries management.
Learn about fishing opportunities in Wyoming. View our interactive map with links to facilities, driving directions and which species of fish can be found in your specific fishing location.
Looking for the Fish Division's valuable angling and recreation resources?
Looking for the latest Fishing Regulations, forms, and applications? For all
of this and more, please visit our Fishing Information Pages.
Thinking of organizing a fishing contest? Want to know how to apply?
It's very important to review the Fishing Contest Authorization and Application
Procedures, as well as the Fishing Contest Guidelines and Information.
Aquatic invasive species (AIS) are organisms that are not native and cause significant harm to an ecosystem when introduced. Harmful impacts can occur to municipal water supplies, recreation, agriculture, aquaculture, and other commercial activities.