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  • The access to the upper reaches of the Greybull River is by foot or horseback. Access to the upper reaches of the Wood River is by four wheel drive only. As a result fishing pressure is low and goo...

  • The State of Wyoming considers this section of river to be important on a statewide basis as a trout fishery, this designation is limited to about 6% of all the waters in Wyoming. There are numerou...

  • The South Tongue River has been managed as a wild (no stocking) trout fishery since 1991. Recent fish population estimates, conducted after stocking was discontinued, indicate that wild Rainbow, Br...

  • Visitors to the upper South Fork valley in the winter stand a good chance of observing bighorn sheep on their wintering grounds. This river is managed as a wild fishery with predominant emphasis on...

  • The topography varies from fairly flat irrigated hay land at 5100 feet elevation to rolling sagebrush covered hills to high granitic mountain peaks at 13,200 feet elevation. The Middle Fork and the...

  • Snake River Cutthroat are stocked annually in the restricted harvest area.

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  • This stretch of the river was once described by Teddy Roosevelt as 50 miles of the most scenic land in America. The fisheries on this river are greatly enhanced by spawning runs of rainbow trout an...

  • Yellowstone Cutthroat trout are presently stocked in this portion of the Little Bighorn drainage. Fish habitat structures were completed in 1996 to improve cover and holding areas for Cutthroat tro...

  • The access to the upper reaches of the Greybull River is by foot or horseback. Access to the upper reaches of the Wood River is by four wheel drive only. As a result fishing pressure is low and goo...

  • Size of East Fork Medicine Bow River: 7 acres. East Fork Medicine Bow River is a River.

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  • From Reef Creek upstream, all fish over 8 inches shall be released immediately with a creel limit of 6 fish. Artificial flies and lures only in this section. From Reef Creek downstream, the creel l...

  • The Belle Fourche River in Wyoming is a tributary of the Cheyenne River, which it eventually feeds 50 miles east/northeast of Rapid City, South Dakota. It is born in the northeastern part of Wyoming, ...
  • The North Platte River is a tributary of the Platte River that has it’s origins in Colorado. In Wyoming it is well-known as a popular recreational river.

    The North Platte River tra...