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Fishing in Wyoming, A brief look

Wyoming trout fishing is some of the best the U.S. has to offer. Located at the headwaters of three major rivers, Wyoming fishing guides are prevalent and offer state-of-the-art guided trips. Certainly Wyoming's low population contributes to the state's excellent fishing and natural resources. Fishing in Sand Creek and Cook Lake are popular in Northeastern Wyoming. North Platte River fishing is top rated amongst Wyoming fishing guides. Fly fishing in North Platte is also popular with local and visiting anglers.

Trout fishing in the upper Green River north of Pinedale is a popular area for brook and rainbow and small grayling fishing. Upstream to the Green River lakes, fly fishing for trout remains supreme. The North Fork of the Shoshone River produces great cutthroat and rainbow trout fishing, and as a bonus- an amazing scenic backdrop. Flies, fishing lures and bait all produce well at different times throughout the North Fork fishing season. Snake River in Northwestern Wyoming near many of the state's national parks provides some of the best Wyoming fishing to be had. From the Yellowstone border to the head of Jackson Lake anglers will find prime trout fishing waters. Snake River fishing guides can be found throughout area or simply find one on Fishing Guides Club.

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Wyoming Fishing Locations

Fishing in Wyoming is the most prevalent in the following areas: Northeastern Wyoming fishing: Sand Creek, Cook Lake, Keyhole Lake, Lak Lake Gillette Fishing Lake, Powder River, Lake DeSmet, Seven Brothers Lakes; East Central Wyoming: Seminoe Lake, Kortes Lake, Pathfinder Lake, Alcova Lake; Southeastern Wyoming fishing: Granite and Crystal Lakes, Lodgepole Creek, Hawk Springs Lake, Lake Hattie, Sodergreen Lake, Saratoga Lake, Snowy Range, Big Laramie River, Rock Creek, North Platte River; Southwestern Wyoming: Green River, East Fork River, Green River Lakes, New Fork Lakes, Willow Lake, Soda Lake, Fremont Lake, Long Lake, Half Moon Lake, Burnt Lake, Cook Lakes, Johnson Lake, Piney Lakes, Bear River; Central Wyoming fishing: Sweetwater River, Little Popo Agie River, South Fork, Shoshone Lake, Shoshone Creek, Ocean Lake, Lake Cameahwait, Jakey's Fork, Northwestern Wyoming fishing: Snake River, Gros Ventre River, Hoback River, Jackson Lake, Jackson Hole, Jenny Lake, Grassy Lake, Salt River, Grey's River; Northcentral Wyoming fishing: North Fork of the Shoshone River, Shoshone River, Buffalo Bill Lake, Bridger Lake, Beartooth Lake

Wyoming Fishing Species

Popular Wyoming fishing species include: Cutthroat trout, rainbow trout, brook trout, brown trout, lake trout, golden trout, walleye, whitefish, grayling, ling, largemouth bass, channel catfish, sauger, yellow perch, green sunfish, black crappie, rock bass, black bullhead

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