Anglers wishing to travel to fish or with trips currently booked just got some good news. Idaho and Wyoming have recently lifted their self-quarantine restrictions and Montana will lift theirs on June 1.
In terms of the number of COVID-19 cases, Wyoming and Montana have been somewhat similar with very low cases per capita. Idaho, because of the more populated Boise micropolitan area, has more than Montana or Wyoming.
The lifting of travel restrictions comes as much of the region is enjoying above average snowpack and is expecting a good summer of fish-friendly streamflows for anglers traveling to Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
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For more COVID-19 information related to angling travel, visit our COVID-19 Travel News and Updates.