Hams Fork River-Dunning

Open year round

Please review the general regulations. Hunting allowed on adjacent state land only. No overnight camping, open fires or fireworks. Anglers should be aware of the artificial only section between the reservoirs (Viva Naughton and Kemmerer City). Easement road and parking area not plowed in winter.

No collection of shed antlers or horns January 1- May 1 at 6:00 AM

Fishing, Hunting, Hiking, Floating, Wildlife Viewing

Parking, Comfort Station

Parking area provides access to state land

Green River Regional Office
351 Astle Avenue
Green River, WY 82935

(307) 875-3223

Commonly Found Species

Big and Trophy Game in this Area
Below are specific Big and Trophy Game species commonly found within this River area.
  • Antelope - 93
  • Deer - 135
  • Moose - 26
Fish Species in this Area
Below are specific Fish species commonly found within this River area.
  • Brown Trout
  • Cutthroat Trout
  • Mountain Whitefish
  • Rainbow Trout
Small game and Birds in this Area
Below are specific Small game species commonly found within this River area.
  • Rabbit
  • Sage Grouse
  • Waterfowl
The Dunning Public Access Area (PAA) on the Hams Fork river is a pedestrian fishing access that covers a 1 mile stretch of the Hams Fork river on Wyoming State land and extends south into a private easement with 50’ fishing access continuing to the Bagley Access Area downstream. Hunting is allowed on state land only. A fence style (ladder), provides access to the river. The Hams Fork river has a population of Rainbow, Brown, Brook, Colorado River Cutthroat and an occasional Tiger trout. Visit the Dunning Access Area on Hams Fork river by traveling north from Kemmerer, WY on highway 223 towards Lake Viva Naughton 11.8 miles. The access road and parking area are not plowed during the winter season.