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Soda Lake
This 3,750-acre wildlife habitat management area was established to provide winter forage for elk. It is also a popular fishery for trophy class brook and brown trout.
Green River Lake
Lake is inactive.
New Fork Lake
Whether it is one lake or two is often debated, but the fact that it provides good fishing for brook, rainbow and lake trout as well as kokanee and whitefish is unanimous.
Willow Lake
Willow Lake is a glacially formed lake near Pinedale which holds brook, rainbow, brown and mackinaw trout in its 279 foot depths.
Fremont Lake
Fremont Lake, located just west of the Wind River Mountains near Pinedale, is the second largest natural lake in Wyoming and offers fishing for brown, rainbow, and lake trout along with kokanee salmon in a lake over 600 feet deep.
Meadow Lake
Lake is inactive.
Burnt Lake
A good population of large rainbow trout brings anglers to Burnt Lake.
Boulder Lake
Boulder Lake is one of the long, narrow, Finger Lakes near Pinedale, offering good lake trout fishing in the Bridger-Teton National Forest.
Dollar Lake
Lake is inactive.
Halfmoon Lake
Half Moon Lake, one of the Finger Lakes near Pinedale, has a good population of brown, rainbow and lake trout.
Little Soda Lake
Lake is inactive.