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Hey all,

I've never been to Glendo and was wondering if it's worthy of trip to fish it, or is it for the most part a recreational lake?

I have a week off during the end of March and was considering making a trip out.

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Stuccoman,

I'm not familiar with Glendo and the surrounding area, but my sense is that Seminoe must be close by.... I'll need to find a map...

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Hey stuccoman is seminoe still really low, I always go to the mile through Hana and it looked to be half the lake it use to. That was last spring. Are you guys in a boat or shore fishing, and what are you guys using. Me and my buddies are heading there in April and have never fished the lake, just the rivers out there.
 

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American Presidents Campground
(307) 324-3218 2346 W Spruce St
Rawlins, WY Map

R V World Campground
(307) 328-1091 3101 Wagon Circle Rd
Rawlins, WY Map

Rawlins Koa
(307) 328-2021 205 E County Road 71
Rawlins, WY Map

Seminole State Park
(307) 320-3013
Rawlins, WY Map

Western Hills Campground
(307) 324-2592 2500 Wagon Circle St
Rawlins, WY Map

One of them has to have electricity doesnt it?
 

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I did find this...they dont seem to have a website...I would make a reservation as soon as possible for those batteries!

a few service hookups are available at the Seminoe Boat Club (307-320-3043) located 10 miles S.E. of the park and at the Miracle Mile Ranch (307-325-6710) located approximately 18 miles N.W. of the park near the famous Miracle Mile fishing area.
 

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Ken check around Sinclcair, thats the town you turn off from I-80 to get to seminoe, the mile has campsites but its a pretty winding road going over the small range to get to it from seminoe, and when it rains those roads get really muddy. We go to the mile 3-4 times a year and always take two trucks with tow straps and chains for the tires. Though the road from sinclair to seminoe is paved most of the way.
 
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