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Casper’s Deer Target Of G&F Proposal

An excess of mule deer in the city of Casper and south to the mountain may be addressed with changes to a long closed deer hunt area.

The Casper Game and Fish Department wants to discuss that possibility with the public later next month.

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Courtesy Wyoming Game and Fish
Courtesy Wyoming Game and Fish
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Bear, Lion, And Wolf Wise Living, Workshop Thursday

Do you know how to react in an encounter with a Bear, Lion  or Wolf? Knowing what to do could save your life. Brush up on safety tips from wildlife experts Thursday evening at the Nordic Ski Lodge on Casper Mountain.

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Wyoming Game and Fish
Wyoming Game and Fish
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Hunt Season-Set Meetings Start Next Week

Hunting season dates and catch limit fluctuations mirror various yearly changes including the weather. This winter's heavy snows have meant high mortality for some big game in parts of the state.

Robin Kepple, for the Casper Game and Fish Field offices, says the annual season-setting meetings are coming up next week and the public are encouraged to participate in the process.

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Scott Olsen, Getty Images
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Fish Are Biting

If you want to catch walleye head to Alcova and for trout its Pathfinder.  That's the word from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department as the ice thickens and fishermen head out.

Robin Kepple, at the G&F Casper Field Office,  says they're encouraging anglers to try Alcova for Walleye.

"The proportion of trophy fish in Alcova is much higher than any other walleye water in the state. In fact, 20 percent of the fish in Alcova are 25 inches or longer.  These are some nice big walleye.

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Courtesy Wyoming Game and Fish
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Trash Service For The Mountain?

A Casper Mountain resident is pitching an idea that he says might help reduce bear-human conflicts on the mountain.  County resident,  Paul Roberts, wants to offer a trash removal service for Casper Mountain and he met with Natrona County Commissioners this week to talk about his idea.

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