Fishing in Wyoming
There are many species of catfish and even more ways to catch
them. Adults range in size from less than a pound to hundreds of
pounds. They can be found in all types of water including ponds,
streams, lakes and rivers. There are even species which spend a
limited amount of time on dry land. Big giant catfish put up a very
noble fight once hooked.
Catfish Fishing Lakes In Wyoming
Many of the warmer rivers inthe state are apt to contain catfish
So are small lakes and ponds. The major Wyoming lakes with catfish
include Bighorn Lake, Big Sandy Reservoir, Flaming Gorge Reservoir,
Glendo Reservoir, Grayrocks Reservoir, Guernsey Reservoir, Keyhole
Reservoir and Woodruff Narrows Reservoir.
Flaming Gorge Reservoir produced the Wyoming state record channel
catfish and the state record flathead catfish came out of the North
Most catfish are considered bottom feeders to one extent or another.
They will generally eat anything that can get in their mouth. Their
strongest sense is smell which they use to locate potential food
sources. Capitalizing on this sense is the primary weapon in your
search for these creatures. Aggressive catfish have been caught
on most types of fast moving bass lures so don't under estimate
their ability to catch live bait.
Catfish Organizations & Resources
U.S. Catfish Anglers
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