Seven species of trout swim in the mountain streams, alpine lakes, rivers, and reservoirs of Wyoming. Other species found in the state include kokanee salmon, walleye, and pan-sized bass. From the sagebrush flats to the alpine basins, there are abundant waters to fish. You can reach some of them in your car. For the others, a requisite hike holds promise of solitude and hungry prey.
Kenneth Graham knows these waters well and has collected details to help anglers plan a great trip. In Fishing Wyoming, he provides advice on where and when to fish, how to get there, and what kind of gear proves most effective for reeling in the catch. Graham describes more than 200 Wyoming fishing holes, including the best in Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks.
The book includes maps to help locate the sites, black-and-white photos, and descriptions of the 21 fish species you’ll find in Wyoming.
If you’re angling in Wyoming, this book will help you find the best waters and find the fish