Pathfinder Reservoir

Natrona - Wyoming

  • 25 catches


  • 4 spots

Pathfinder Reservoir is a lake located in Natrona county.

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Pathfinder Reservoir Fishing Reports

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  1. Mamma Walleye!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    5 lb. 8 oz. 26 in. Walleye with a Bottom Bouncer and Nightcrawler on Leader

    1. NiKo D. 0
      real purdy fishy!
    2. Jimbo Harwood 0
      Great catch!! congrats on PB too brother! 👊👊
    3. Noah Shapiro 0
    4. Edward Payne 0
      Awesome!!!! Your on the meat!!!👍🏻
    5. Joel Norikane 0
      Go get em!
    6. Christopher Pereira 0
      nice one man!
    7. Kenneth Olivo 0
      Wow beautiful fish dude
    8. dave moore 0
      wow,nice fish
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  2. Frisky males!! 6 of um

    2 lb. 19 in. Walleye with a Bottom Bouncers/Nightcrawlers

    1. john stimson 0
      nice catch
    2. Christopher Pereira 0
      keeping the more tasty smaller males! that's how it's done! bravo.
    3. Jimbo Harwood 0
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  3. Rocky sand bank Trout

    Miracle Mile

    1. Noah Shapiro 0
      Finally got out!
    2. 19 incher. This is better picture.
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  4. Just a limit day in onboard container average size 13 inches.

    13 in. Walleye with a Worms

    1. ryan bright 0 nice may I would be sweet if you would check out my YouTube channel unsubscribe please if you like it
    2. Just a limit day from back in July. Needed to fill my highlight pics.
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  5. Mess of fish :) The wife and I caught our limit :)

    Walleye with a Bottom Bouncer with worms

    1. Feike van Dijk 0
      Got it.... love to see more Wyoming people on Fishidy
    2. Buddy Pierce 0
      Real nice catch
    3. In July :) Feike :) Just trying to start up my stuff on Fishidy :) So, getting some of my catches posted :)
    4. Feike van Dijk 0
      I thought I read it wrong....bottom bouncers and ice fishing, new kind of set-up I thought.....would it work? Since this was posted one day ago, but was it in July/ ...more August instead?
    5. Typical fish day in July/August
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  6. Walleye with a Bottom Bouncer with half worm

    1. John c 0
      nice eye
    2. Kenneth Olivo 0
      Nice walleye!
    3. Jimbo Harwood 0
      RIGHT..Lol. I hear ya.. it's not for everyone that's for sure... LOL
    4. You'd think growing up in Kohler, WI, I'd love it, but was just never my cup of tea 😀
    5. Lol I love fishing but not a ice fishing guy lol
    6. Jimbo Harwood 0
      No ice fishing?? lol
    7. Last Big one of the season :(
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  7. Details: Walleye Path

    Shallow 12-15 Feet

    1. Best in July
  8. 19 in. Rainbow Trout with a worm

    1. Awesome catch!
    2. Robert Coleman 0
      Nice bow Emily!
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  9. THE BOTTOM. All we caught all weekend. Had a good thought.

    6 oz. 5 in. Blue Claw Craw Dad!!! with a minnow

    1. Feike van Dijk 0
      Don't feel bad Chris, I didn't catch anything but the UTV that went through the ice @ Bishops point, pretty crazy that the organization doesn't mark ...more thin ice like where our prowler went through happens to be where a hot water spring is located.......
  10. Details: 20 in. Snake River Cutthroat with a tip up

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