Looking for adventure? Reel a burbot for big rewards

Anglers are often called upon to help quell the spread of invasive species. This especially true in the case of burbot in western Wyoming. 

Wedding of the Waters now safer place for play

Outgrowing infrastructure isn’t just a problem in cities, it afflicts outdoor recreation, too. 

X-Stream Angler program promises memorable fishing this fall

If last month’s forecast into Wyoming fall fishing didn’t push you to immediately grab your gear and hit the water, we have another idea that might entice you to wet a line before the snow flies. 

Constructing a better pond

An idea bantered about on the golf course sinks a hole-in-one for anglers in Newcastle

The Easterner: Brook Trout Fishing Opportunities in the Pinedale Region

Brook trout are plentiful in the western U.S. 

Hunting and trapping in spawning season

There’s a hunting and trapping side of the fish hatchery business. 

2016 Wyoming Fall Fishing Forecast

Just as the temperatures drop, Wyoming fishing starts heating up. 

Learn more about: Golden Trout

The name golden trout conjures up images of pristine, remote, wilderness, spectacular, sore knees and an aching back.

Think beyond trout for Wyoming sportfishing

Beneath the ripples of Wyoming waters lie some of the best sportfishing in the west.

Help prevent fish mortalities this summer

As temperatures rise in the summer months, anglers should be aware of the effects of warmer waters on fish, especially Wyoming’s trout. 

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Lacy Nelson is overjoyed at her catch on a creek near Ten Sleep. Creek fishing requires limited gear and the right attitude. Read about David Gray's thoughts on creek fishing in the May issue of Wyoming Wildlife. Photo by Jessica U. Grant/Wyoming Wildlife.
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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will conduct watercraft inspections at ports of entry, other border locations, and major waters around the state. These watercraft inspections will be marked with signs and all persons transporting watercraft must stop at these check stations. 

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