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Anglers can fish freely during the afternoon in Yellowstone National Park, as Juky’s fishing closure is lifted as water flows increase and rivers cool down. Officials at Yellowstone National Park lifted a fishing closure enacted last month. Now, fishing can resume in the park’s rivers and streams from sunrise to sunset as specified in the…

An unseasonably warm summer is forcing changes in Yellowstone National Park, as the survival of fish is prioritized over people’s pleasure in the park’s waters. With Summer 2021 continuing to be hot and dry, wildlife across Wyoming are struggling to stay cool. Yellowstone National Park is no exception, but now persistent conditions require new rules…

In the ongoing effort to understand fisheries in northwest Wyoming, biologists are offering incentives for anglers to call in any tagged trout they catch. On Thursday, July 1, the lower portion of the North Fork of the Shoshone River and North Fork arm of Buffalo Bill Reservoir will be open to angling in Summer 2021.…

The Cody Field Office of Wyoming Game and Fish spent July restocking several mountainous lakes and ponds on the west slope of the Bighorn Mountains. 21 thousand Yellowstone cutthroat trout and other native fish were stocked in over a dozen ponds on the slope. Cutthroats were stocked in East Marion Lake, Emerald Lake, Lake Elsie,…

Wyoming Game and Fish has a message for anglers: if catch a trout, call it out. Game and Fish just recently captured, tagged, and released trout in the North Fork of the Shoshone River, which they anticipate will turn up in other waterways. If you catch any of these trout during your next angling trip,…


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