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While the weather is getting colder and swimming isn’t on most people’s minds, the Wyoming Department of Environmental Quality wants to ensure everyone avoids the hazards still posed by harmful cyanobacterial blooms. The department issued recreational use advisories for 21 Wyoming lakes and reservoirs throughout the 2020 season, including advisories at the Buffalo Bill Reservoir…

On September 11, Buffalo Bill State Park announced that the Buffalo Bill Reservoir was under investigation for a potential bloom of cyanobacteria in a Facebook post. They specifically cited the boat club off Bartlett Lane as a site of potential concern. While cyanobacteria, also known as blue-green bacteria, is present and important to water ecosystems…

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,…

There’s a lot of water coming off the mountains this year. The Bureau of Reclamation has released their updated analysis of the predicted April through July runoff in the Bighorn Basin. This report has been released several times over the past few months, as weather and increasing snowpack has changed the anticipated amount of water…

There’s a lot more snow above Cody – that means a lot more melt. The Bureau of Reclamation Office in Billings has released an updated list of their snow-melt predictions for the entire Bighorn River Basin. The report lists the forecasted acre-feet of water for six major bodies of water in the Basin – Bighorn…

There’s a different kind of weather forecast for 2020 available. The Bureau of Reclamation Office in Billings has released their snow-melt predictions for the entire Bighorn River Basin. The report lists the forecasted acre-feet of water for six major bodies of water in the Basin – Bighorn Lake, Boysen Reservoir, Bull Lake Reservoir, Bull Lake…


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