Woman dressed warmly in camouflage and standing in marsh reeds aims a shotgun into the air

Hutton Lake National Wildlife Refuge is in a high-plains ecosystem known as the Laramie Basin. It is a high-elevation, dry grassland surrounded by mountains in the southern part of the Laramie Plains. Youth waterfowl hunters may hunt on Hutton and Hoge Lakes when accompanied by an adult mentor during the Wyoming Zone C2 Special Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days. From November 1 to March 1, hunters may access designated portions of the refuge to hunt elk, white-tailed deer, chukar and gray partridge, cottontail rabbit, pheasant, sharp-tailed grouse and wild turkey according to state seasons and regulations. The refuge has no facilities and is only accessible for walk-in hunting.

Related Documents
Hutton Lake NWR WEB.pdf

Hutton Lake NWR hunting brochure, published 2020.