If you’re looking for picturesque mountain views and incredible fishing Carbon County Wyoming is your destination. Places to fish in Carbon County include the North Platte River, Encampment River, The Little Snake River, alpine lakes, Seminoe Reservoir, Saratoga Lake and more. Rainbow, Brown and Cutthroat trout are numerous in our pristine rivers. Walleye can be found in Seminoe Lake and lower elevation lakes and make great for great eating. Carbon County has numerous fishing guides with the experience to ensure a successful fishing expedition.
If you are planning on fishing via power boat Hog Park Reservoir (25 miles south of Encampment in the Sierra Madre Range), Seminoe Reservoir (a short drive north of Rawlins, Hanna and Medicine Bow), Saratoga Lake (5 miles north of Saratoga) or the High Savery Reservoir located just off County Road 401 between Rawlins (Hwy 71 south from Rawlins turns into County Road 401) and Savery are all great fishing destinations with plenty of room to explore.
The World Famous Miracle Mile The North Platte River has a 104-mile stretch through Upper Platte Valley named as a blue-ribbon trout stream by Wyoming Game and Fish. Near Seminoe Reservoir lies a 7-mile stretch of river famous for huge trout and great fly fishing. This stretch of the North Platte River is called Miracle Mile. For those who love to fish, Miracle Mile is a little stretch of heaven.
Navigating to Miracle Mile:From Sinclair: Take County Road 351 north for 45 miles (this road may be closed or require chains during winter months) From Hanna: Take County Road 291 north; turn west on County Rd 351
”The "Mile" has always had the reputation of being a trophy fishery, and some truly large fish are taken there each year.…” read more
Seminoe State Park Good river fishing can be found along the North Platte River from I-80 at Fort Fred Steele State Historic Site all the way to the Gray Reef Area below Alcova Dam. In between lies the famous “Miracle Mile,” well-known for its blue ribbon fishing. Seminoe Reservoir offers some great fishing, particularly in June and July, for both trout and walleye. Both species inhabit the entire reservoir, though there are areas of greater concentration for each. State record walleye have been pulled from Seminoe in years past.Seminoe State Park Box 30 HCR 67 Sinclair, WY 82334-9801 (307) 320-3013 (Office) Visit Website