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Wyoming state parks to celebrate Free Fishing Day

On June 3, anglers across the state will be able to cast their lines at state parks without paying daily use fees.


CASPER, Wyo. — All Wyoming state parks, in conjunction with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s “Free Fishing Day,” are waiving daily use fees at all parks and recreation areas that provide angling on June 3.

Wyoming state park locations offering free entrance are Boysen, Buffalo Bill, Curt Gowdy, Edness K. Wilkins, Fort Phil Kearny, Glendo, Guernsey, Keyhole, Seminoe and Hawk Springs. Camping and reservation fees are not waived.

Fishing opportunities also exist at the following sites, which offer free entrance year-round: Bear River, Hot Springs, Medicine Lodge and Sinks Canyon.


Free Fishing Day is offered annually on the first Saturday in June by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department and involves lakes and reservoirs throughout the state.

All fishing regulations, creel and size limits, gear restrictions and stream closures remain in effect.