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This summer I will be living in Dubois, Wyoming. I lived there last summer as well, and did a lot of fishing, but only had one day off, so i had to stay pretty close to the ranch. Well this year, I am working for the Game and Fish, so I will have weekends off. I plan on doing a couple camping trips, and would love to try for some grayling or goldens, just to add to my list of fish caught. Where would be the closest places to Dubois to accomplish this feat. I heard that lake of the woods has grayling.
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Old 04-27-2010, 11:17 AM
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I know you can catch goldens in the wind river range in southwest wyomng, might be quite a treck for a weekend though.
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Default Re: Wyoming Grayling and Goldens

Check out this article on Golden Trout: Golden Trout in Wyoming

It highly recommends getting a copy of Rich Osthoff's book Fly Fishing the rocky Mountain Back Country:
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Rich also sells a line of flies specifically designed for the Rocky Mtn backcountry: Rich Osthoff Signature Flies

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Default Re: Wyoming Grayling and Goldens

The Bighorn mts`s got goldies up at some of the higher lakes. I dont know the names of the lake but I`ve been told by a few people that if you take the trail head at W. Tensleep lake and go up you`ll find some lakes that got`em.
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