More than half of Wyoming is publicly-owned, offering nearly 55 million acres of public lands. And that access buys you outstanding fishing and hunting opportunities.

Yellowstone National Park

• Hundreds of miles of streams, hundreds of fish-holding lakes

• Incredible and diverse trout fishing opportunities, including cutthroat trout

• Extensive trail system for access, backcountry campsites and cabins available

Bighorn National Forest

• 1.1 million acres

• Excellent trout fishing on streams, rivers and high country lakes

• Excellent big game hunting for elk, deer and bears

Shoshone National Forest

• 2.4 million acres

• Excellent big game hunting and trout fishing

• Extensive OHV/ATV trail system

Northern Highland American Legion State Forest

• 232,000 acres

• Excellent grouse and woodcock hunting

• Big woods deer hunting

Seedskadee National Wildlife Refuge

• 27,230 acres

• Good mule deer, grouse and geese hunting

• Fishing in the Green River

Find more public land access opportunities with the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Hunt Planner.

Photo: Yellowstone National Park

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