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The first episode of Outside Yellowstone is here! Join us as we go fly fishing in a few of our favorite spots throughout Park County, Wyoming!
On the first episode of Outside Yellowstone, we’re going #flyfishing in Park County, Wyoming.
Here on the east side of Yellowstone in #NorthwestWyoming, you’ll find 1,500 miles of world-class trout streams — all within two hours of the town of Cody, Wyoming. That works out to over 600 pounds of trout per mile. The diversity of stocked and native cutthroat trout on offer in Park County makes fly fishing here a memorable experience.
Today, we’re sharing three of our favorite fly fishing spots with you — Sunlight Basin, Northfork of Shoshone River, and Lower Shoshone Canyon. In this video, you’ll learn everything you need to know before you go — including what gear to bring, when to visit, and where to cast your line.
Sunlight Basin: 44.763313593764586, -109.43354068217937
Northfork of Shoshone River: 44.45833471252174, -109.85945329074733
Lower Shoshone Canyon: 44.51031719464479, -109.1575263774002
Join us in Park County, Wyoming, where the fish are biting all year round! Subscribe to the #OutsideYellowstone channel for great #travel guides and videos highlighting all the incredible outdoor activities Park County, Wyoming has to offer.