Big Horn Lake

Big Horn - Wyoming


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Expect walleyes that run 14-30 inches, sauger that run 12-24 inches, channel catfish that run to 15lbs, bass, some panfish, and occasionally stocked trout in the spring and fall. Spring and fall are the best time to fish the lake because thats when you ca...

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