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Open House This Weekend at Speas Fish Hatchery

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold an open house this weekend at the Speas Fish Hatchery near Casper.

“There’s going to be regional and statewide fisheries biologists here to answer questions and show off a lot of the gear that the general public sees when they’re out and about, and there’s going to be lots of activities for the kids,” Hatchery superintendent Lars Alsager said on Thursday

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Game and Fish Hosts Meetings on Regs, Wolf Seasons, Nonresident Applications

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will conduct informational meetings in May to hear comments about hunting seasons for the gray wolf, hunter licenses and safety regulations, its law enforcement supervisor said Monday

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Bureau of Reclamation Reducing Water Levels at Alcova

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says ice fishermen need to be on the lookout for potentially dangerous conditions as the Bureau of Reclamation lowers water levels at Alcova Reservoir.

Game and Fish officials say water levels will be roughly five feet below the normal winter operating range at the reservoir as Natrona County construction crews build a new boat ramp at Okie Beach

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Black Bear Harvest Survey Now Underway

Langston says the survey is an important tool for the Game and Fish to estimate harvest, hunter success, and provides information to help wildlife managers plan next year’s hunting season.

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Game Department Warns Against Feeding Mule Deer

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department warns that wildlife losses may be high in parts of the state this winter because of severe drought.

The department is reminding the public not to feed mule deer

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Another Buck Mule Deer Poached, Officials Seek Info

A mule deer poaching, this time in Converse county north of Rolling Hills, is under investigation and wildlife officials are asking for information.

Robin Kepple, spokesperson for the Casper Game and Fish offices says the animal was shot with a small calibre rifle and found dead off of 55 Ranch Road in Hunt Area 22

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Virus Infection Hitting Black Hills White Tail Deer

White tailed deer in the Black HIlls are being hit by an insect borne disease that appreciates drought and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants hunters to be aware.

"EHD is Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease

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Yearling Black Bear Spotted, Likely Candidate For Relocation

A yearling black bear has been sighted multiple times around the Garden Creek area in recent days.

Robin Kepple for the Casper Game Fish Offices, says they've set a trap and believe the young bear should be a good candidate for relocation, because its not gotten into trouble and doesn't appear to be habituated to people

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Douglas Man Catches Record Quillback Carpsucker

He really wanted to catch a walleye, but on April 22nd, Jeff Kirk, of Douglas reeled in a native fish that set a new state record.

The 14.5 inch long quillback carpsucker was just under 2 lbs with a nearly 10 inch girth

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Warm Trout Habitat May Curb Anglers This Summer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So far weather patterns suggest this may be an uncomfortable year for trout. The last couple springs have been wet and cool with plenty of runoff

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