Solitary Pond - Waterfowl
Yoder, WY, USA
Price per person
Game Management Unit:Central Flyway- Zone C1A
Notes from the landowner
Solitary Pond, as the name implies, is an isolated body of water relieved by surrounding drainage. Covering just over a half-acre of water surface, this property draws in waterfowl due to the limited water access in the area. Hunters can expect to drive almost to the shore of the lake, by way of an access road following the drainage from the pond. That being said, hunters would also be urged to hunt away from their vehicle, as some waterfowl may not land due to the vehicle, and possible accompanying trailer. All hunters must be paid Infinite Outdoors members, as well as abide by any and all State of Wyoming Game and Fish rules and regulations. This is a DIY hunt, and all hunters must bring their own equipment, decoys, and shotgun. Infinite Outdoors does not facilitate rentals to any capacity.
Game and habitat information
This pond next to Yoder WY, Is some of the only water sources around and can be an excellent place to target waterfowl. Adjacent to ag fields, This is where many geese and ducks loaf after they feed in the pivots. the Irrigation ditch feeds this property year-round and waterfowl have utilized this pond for many years. Early teal season can also be phenomenal on this pond, The early migrating teal find Goshen Hole reservoir in big numbers and many of them spill over to this pond which allows for a private land honey-hole. Other species of ducks and geese utilize this pond in large numbers as well in early season before the ice melts. Ponds like these provide a lots of aquatiq vegetation and aquatic forage when migrating and can be an excellent spot for your next waterfowl adventure.
Drivers should stay under 15 MPH on private roads.
If there is a lapse in availability, please do not be discouraged to reach out to IO. All calendars are set and managed by landowners, and unavailability is set by them. However, IO is willing to reach out on your behalf, to check on available dates. Other reasons for unavailable dates include biologist recommended hunter/harvest quotas that landowners implement, as well as state season dates not being released.
You are not legally allowed to access the property, for any adventure, prior to your selected access day. If you try to access the property at all before your selected date(s), without prior approval from IO, you will be subject to trespassing and punishments therein.