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Register a Boat in Wyoming
Just think of all of the places you can go boating once you have your Wyoming boat registration and Wyoming boat trailer registration. Launch from one of the ramps at Flaming Gorge National Recreation Area and cruise on the reservoir waters, surrounded by scenic canyon views, or head to the Granite Springs Reservoir to find a great trout fishing spot.
Register Your Boat
WYOMING BOATING LAWS AND REGULATIONS
Boating is a great way to relax and spend time outdoors, but remember that it also comes with responsibility. Every boater on the waterways is responsible for knowing the state boating laws and regulations. Wyoming’s boating laws are enforced by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to help keep you, your passengers, and everyone who uses the waterways safe.
IT’S NOT A FEE, IT’S A CONTRIBUTION
Your boat registration serves as documentation to prove that you are the rightful owner of a vessel. There are registration fees that you will need to pay when you register your boat in Wyoming; however, these fees are used by the state to help sustain our natural resources and promote responsible boating.
WYOMING BOAT REGISTRATION INFORMATION
- All motors boats used in public waters in Wyoming must be registered. All boats must display a current Aquatic Invasive Species decal.
- Once you receive your Wyoming boat registration card from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, you will need to carry it on board at all times as proof of valid registration.
- To get your Wyoming boat trailer registration, you will need to contact your county treasurer's office directly.