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Get an Wyoming Fishing License

After securing your Wyoming fishing license, explore premier fishing destinations such as Glendo State Park on the Glendo Reservoir or Natrona County Park by Alcova Reservoir. Before embarking on your Wyoming fishing journey, familiarize yourself with the WY fishing rules and discover ways you can contribute to conserving our precious natural resources for the coming generations.


Wyoming Fishing Laws and Regulations

  • Purpose: Fishing regulations are enforced in each state, including Wyoming, to conserve and sustain fish populations.

  • Details Covered:

    • Types of fishing licenses required
    • Fishing seasons
    • Size and bag limits
    • Permissible fishing gear or tackle
    • Unique rules specific to particular waterways.

Wyoming Fishing License Contribution

  • Use of Funds: Money from the sale of Wyoming fishing licenses supports:

    • Fishery management
    • Habitat development
    • Programs for endangered species
    • Conservation education.
  • Benefit: Purchasing a fishing license helps ensure the longevity and protection of fishing as a sport.

Wyoming Fishing License Information

  • Where to Purchase:

    • Online
    • From an authorized fishing license agent locally.
  • Things to Note:

    • Review all available fishing license types, as some long-term licenses might offer financial savings, especially for local anglers fishing regularly.
    • Licensing Requirements:
      • For both residents and non-residents, a fishing license is mandated for those 14 years old and above.
      • Non-residents below the age of 14 don't require a license if they are accompanied by an adult who has a valid Wyoming fishing license.

Always make sure to consult Wyoming's official Department of Fish and Game or similar body for the most accurate and up-to-date details.