There’s a hunting and trapping side of the fish hatchery business.
Just as the temperatures drop, Wyoming fishing starts heating up.
The name golden trout conjures up images of pristine, remote, wilderness, spectacular, sore knees and an aching back.
Beneath the ripples of Wyoming waters lie some of the best sportfishing in the west.
As temperatures rise in the summer months, anglers should be aware of the effects of warmer waters on fish, especially Wyoming’s trout.
From egg to hook, keeping fish healthy in Wyoming waters is a main priority for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and is one way the Wildlife Forensics and Fish Health Laboratory in Laramie benefits the public.
In the summer of 1961, these Game and Fish frogmen were training at a “Cheyenne lake.”
Wyoming Game and Fish distribution crews have been busy this spring stocking fish statewide.
Deciding between a daily or an annual license really comes down to how many days you will be fishing in the calendar year in Wyoming.
It’s warming up for summer and many people are looking to get out on the water with their boats and other watercraft.
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