Fishing in Yellowstone
Yellowstone National Park is managed to protect cultural and natural resources and outstanding scenery, and to provide for visitor use. Fishing has been a major visitor activity for well over a century. Because of this history, fishing continues to be allowed and can complement, and in some cases even enhance, the park's primary purpose to preserve natural environments and native species.
- Season Dates and Fishing Regulations
- Required Permits and Fees for Fishing
- Required Permits and Fees for Boating
- Attention Anglers: Invasive Threats - Clean Your Gear!
- Attention Anglers: Know Your Fish, If it has a Slash, Put it Back!
- Advice to Anglers: Handling Cutthroat Trout
- Volunteer Angler Report Card - Please Complete and Return!
- Fish Identification Images
- Permitted Fishing and Boating Guides
- Current Conditions - USGS Links to Yellowstone's Stream Flows