A tradition of hunting on Wyoming's public lands began more than a century ago. That tradition continues to thrive today. Many of Wyoming's residents are avid hunters and even those hunters who live in cities are within a short distance to public lands. Likewise, people from across the country travel to Wyoming each fall to experience the thrill of hunting Wyoming's big game species. Popular game include mule deer, white-tailed deer, elk, moose, pronghorn, bighorn sheep and mountain goat as well as game birds such as spotted, blue and ruffled grouse and wild turkey.
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People from all over the world visit Wyoming for the pristine waters, solitude, and the chance to catch BIG fish! Wyoming is home to 22 species of game fish, many of which are trout. Native to Wyoming are the rainbow, bull, lake, and cutthroat trout. In fact, Wyoming is the only state where you will four subspecies of cutthroat--Bonneville, Colorado River, Yellowstone and Snake River cutthroat. Moreover, all four subspecies are found on Wyoming's public lands. The accomplishment of catching all four subspecies has been labeled a "cutt-slam" and fishermen who do so can be awarded a certificate from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Fishermen can also find brown, brook, and golden trout in addition to graylings, kokanee, and mountain whitefish.
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