Enjoy some of the most spectacular blue-ribbon trout stream fishing in North America. There are several local hunting outfitters that also offer guided fishing trips. Contact the Cody Country Outfitters & Guides Association at 307.587.6054 or www.codycountryoutfitters.com for further information.
Most Guest and Dude Ranches offer fishing for their guests. See the Guest & Dude Ranch listings on the Places To Stay page of this site.
Bureau of Land Management
A variety of recreation opportunities await you on over one million acres of public lands in the northern half of the Bighorn Basin. Hike or ride horseback on several trails which access the beautiful and wild Absaroka Mountains west of Cody. Visit the McCullough Peaks Wilderness Study Area east of Cody and explore the colorful badlands with your camera. View wild horses as they roam the McCullough Peaks Wild Horse Herd Management Area. Float or fish the Clarks Fork of the Yellowstone River north of Cody and hunt for deer, elk, antelope, rabbits, upland birds and waterfowl.
Cody-In Town | (307) 578-5900 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Hidden Treasure Charters
Scenic boat tours and sunset cruises in the Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area located 60 miles east of Cody, Wyoming. Open Memorial Day weekend until Labor Day. Two hour tours Fri-Sat 10 a.m. & 2 p.m. sunset cruise 6:30 p.m., other days by reservation only. Book online.
Cody - Out of town | (307) 899-1401 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
North Fork Anglers
Specializing in professionally guided flyfishing trips throughout the Cody region since 1984. Professionally guided fly fishing trips and a completely stocked fly shop in a convenient downtown location. Float or walk/wade trips. Walk-ins welcome. Happily helping fly fishers for almost a quarter century, whether beginner, intermediate or advanced. Rental equipment available. Open May through October: daily, 8am-9pm November through April: Mon-Sat, 9am-6pm
Cody - In Town | (307) 527-7274 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details
Shoshone National Forest
The Shoshone National Forest was set aside in 1891 as part of the Yellowstone Timberland Reserve, making the Shoshone the first national forest in the United States. It consists of some 2.4 million acres of varied terrain ranging from sagebrush flats to rugged mountains. The higher mountains are snow-clad most of the year. Immense areas of exposed rock are interspersed with meadows and forests. With Yellowstone National Park on its western border, the Shoshone encompasses the area from the Montana state line south to Lander, Wyoming, and includes portions of the Absaroka, Wind River, and Beartooth Mountains.
Cody-In Town | (307) 527-6241 | Visit Official WebsiteView Details