Known for its brown trout fishery, Laramie River offers great fishing in the early spring and late fall. For the best chances of landing a fish, you’ll want to avoid the wide flats and instead look for areas with undercut banks, deep holes, and riffles. It’s in these spots that the 10- to 16-inch wild browns like to hang out. And if you’re looking for something even bigger – like a 10+ pounder – head just west of Laramie where you’ll find the pasturelands. Just note that the area around the pasturelands is privately owned, so it can be difficult to access. If you head to the north part of the river where the Grayrocks Reservoir meets the Laramie River, you can find channel catfish and walleye.
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