Lake DeSmet salmon growing quicker than predicted

New species predicted to do well

Making tiger trout

How are these fish produced and where can you catch one of these feisty and colorful fish?

Fall is a great time to catch small lake trout

Fall fishing for small lake trout on Flaming Gorge Reservoir can be lonely, but the bite can be amazing.

Times are good at Wheatland Reservoir #3

When times are good at Wheatland Reservoir #3 they are very good. 

Fly Fishing the Ham’s Fork River

The "humble Ham's"-as Wyoming Wildlife dubbed it-is quite the fishery.

Dollar Lake treatment planned

Pinedale fisheries managers are planning to restore the fishing in Dollar Lake adjacent to the Green River north of Pinedale. 

Jackson Lake Lakers Sampled

The Jackson Fish Management Crew conducted their annual fall sampling and tagging of lake trout in Jackson Lake just as they have been doing since 1987.

Big Creek fish passage project to benefit trout

A fish passage project on a tributary to the North Platte River near Encampment will make it easier for fish to move upstream to spawn without obstacles.

Casper area reservoir surveys report good fishing and variety

The Casper Fish Management crew completed fall walleye netting on Alcova, Pathfinder and Seminoe Reservoirs.

Lander area fisheries offer more variety with tiger trout and kokanee

Tiger trout and kokanee salmon, two fish species new to the Lander Region, are being caught in good numbers by anglers. And you too, still have a chance at some of these new-to-the-area species this fall. 

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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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