Wyoming walleye fishing is surrounded by secrets!  There are a lot of folks who head out on the our local lakes in the hopes of catching a few walleye in our own backyard, but not many have great results.  Here's a way you can learn to catch more walleye and win cash and prizes along the way.

If you love walleye fishing, like me - and you're one for a competitive challenge, then don't miss the Wyoming Walleye Stampede kicking off this weekend at Glendo Reservoir.

With multiple divisions to compete in, there are lots of opportunities to win cash and prizes doing what you enjoy - walleye fishing!

The first Stampede event is this Saturday and Sunday May 16th and 17th @ Glendo Reservoir.

The Wyoming Walleye Stampede is a circuit run by anglers for anglers.  These tournaments offer a great opportunity to socialize with other fishermen and women who share a common passion for walleye fishing.  These events are professionally run and are a great time for the entire family.

How much money can I win?  This is dependent on the number of teams registered!  But the Wyoming Walleye Stampede events feature a minimum 80% cash payout, which includes an additional $2,100 in sponsor money added to each event and 20% of all teams participating in the tournament will win cash prizes.


  • Mixed Couples Division  ($400)
  • Family Division ($400)
  • Poor Boys Division ($400)
  • Dinosaur Division ($400).
  • Top Finisher $250 for Top LUND & $250 Top RANGER finisher.
  • First Team out of the Money - Wins a Sportsman's Warehouse is sponsoring $200 certificate.
  • Team "Shoot-Outs" will also be drawn at each event. These will be sponsor driven only, so number of shoot-outs will vary for each event. ($200)


Divisional qualifications shall be defined as follows: Family Division shall be defined as team consisting of immediate family. Mixed couples (male/female)team. Poor Boys team is any team participating with a 125 horsepower motor or less. Dinosaur Division is any team competing where the combined age of team members is 100 years or more.

If you'd like to compete in this weekends kickoff event for the Wyoming Walleye Stampede, you need to get your paid registration submitted by May 13th - CLICK HERE.

Source: Wyoming Walleye Stampede