Fishing & HuntingHunting

Abundant wildlife for the photographer and hunter.

The Sheridan and Bighorn National Forest region boasts an abundance of diverse wildlife, enticing hunters and photographers, alike, to the area. These prized hunting grounds are comprised of public and private lands, both integral to maintaining the myriad of species for which we are known: mule and white-tailed deer, elk, moose, and the occasional black bear; Birds – pheasants, gray partridge, sharp-tailed grouse and sage grouse, blue grouse, and turkeys.

Walk-in access areas continue to gain in popularity in northeast Wyoming. These hunting and fishing areas are identified with signs, and can be located by using maps found in an atlas, which is available at the regional office and license agents.

Private land hunting opportunities require landowner permission to hunt, fish or traverse through. For private land arrangements or for questions, contact the Sheridan Regional Office at 307-672-7418 or 1-800-331-9834.

Outfitters & Guides

Rangeland Hunting Adventure

394 Beaver Creek Road
(307) 672-6717
Mountain trail rides, fishing, hunting, camping and lodging.

A Double J Outfitters

394 Beaver Creek Road
(307) 684-7552
First-class hunting and fishing adventures in the Bighorns.

Nelson Outfitters

(307) 672-6996

Beaver Trap Outfitters

(307) 461-0655
Hunt majestic Bighorn Mountains with outfitter, Ross Adney.

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