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Large Mouth Bass In/near Wyoming.


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I live in Colorado and we fish the many snowmelt retention reservoirs on the plains. WY is a diff place though in terms of such Ag development. The plains is the place to be mostly bc bass are warmwater fish of course. Although there are some smallmouth fisheries and even a few LM at slightly higher elevations. Call your DNR and ask about warmwater fishing. I know there are some in Fort Collins (just south of Cheyenne). There's Glendo and Grey Rocks midstate WY, but I believe they are mostly walleye, crappie, and wiper fisheries. Again call and ask. Good luck with your search. Just remember, all fishing is good. :)

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My sister lives in Wyoming and I am up there, unfortunately (sorry, I hate the state..), a few times a year and fish from time to time. The state is predominately trout. There's a few smallmouth streams in the state and even less largemouth waters. Greylocks and Flaming gorge ( I think that's how you spell it) is probably your best bet. The state just doesn't have a ton of water as i'm sure you are aware. I always make fun of my sister when Cheyenne has "water bans" and they can't water the lawns or anything like that on certain days because of the lack of water in the state.

 

So i live in wyoming and cant seem to find anywhere nearby that had large mouth bass to go fishing for. Anyone nearby or in wyoming that can suggest some good lakes to fish for a weekend please would be much appreciated

 

 If you go south into the Colorado area though...you're in luck. I'm sure you can find some farm ponds that may offer even better fishing than the reservoirs.  

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15 hours ago, Squishyy said:

Sorry for the late response. What area did/do you live in Wyoming?

Ahhh....late it’s been over 7 years since the OP has posted.

Tom

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