Located in Wyoming, the fly fishing in Encampment is known for four scenic fly streams and rivers. The best Encampment fly fishing based on popularity are considered to be Encampment River, Big Creek, French Creek, and Hog Park Creek. For a detailed fly fishing river description and printable river access map, just select a Encampment fly fishing river or stream below.
West of Cheyenne and south of Saratoga, the Encampment River is known for great fly fishing. The Encampment River is a classic western freestone stream that is a blue-ribbon fishery. Access is provided by the parallel Encampment River Trail, which starts at Encampment River Campground.
West of Cheyenne and southeast of Saratoga in the Upper North Platte River valley, the Big Creek is known for great fly fishing. The Big Creek offers diverse fishing from high gradient pocket water in the mountains down to meandering meadow stream like flow.
Southwest of Laramie and south of Encampment in the Upper North Platte River valley, the Hog Park Creek is known for great fly fishing. Starting along the Continental Divide, the Hog Park Creek is a mountain stream that slow meanders east across a meadow and through Hog Park Dam on its way to join the Encampment River.
West of Laramie in the Upper North Platte River valley, the French Creek is known for great fly fishing. The French Creek is a pocket water stream that begins high in the Snowy Range and tumbles and falls all the way to the North Platte River. You can expect to find rainbow trout and brown trout lurking in the pockets behind each and every boulder.