Wyoming Game and Fish

Game And Fish Reminds The Rules For Record Breaking Fish
Fishing activity will increase during the coming days and one fish record has already been set this year. If 2015 is anything like previous years, several more records will be set this summer and fall. While new records are an annual occurrence, records for some species are not likely to be set anyt…
Game And Fish Offers Tips For The Fishing Season
As the warmer weather approaches more and more people from both inside and outside Wyoming are taking advantage of the excellent fishing that is available in the Cowboy State. With that increased activity, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds everyone to follow regulations. The following are…
Deadline To Apply For Elk Deer And Antelope Tags, June 1st
Wyoming resident and nonresident big game hunters are reminded the deadline to submit applications for limited quota deer, and antelope licenses is June 1. The resident deadline for limited quota elk is also June 1. The nonresident application period for elk was the month of January. The June 1 dead…
Youth Hunting Challenge In Upton Wyoming May 30th
Wyoming high school championships culminate this month with the state hunting championships May 30 in Upton. Officially called the Youth Hunter Education Challenge, this National Rifle Association-sponsored event allows Wyoming hunters 18 and under who have passed hunter education to showcase their …
North Platte Flushing Flows Extended Through Thursday March 26th
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department cautions sportsmen that the flushing flows causing sizable increases in water flows in the North Platte River have been extended one day. Flows began on Mar. 16 and were originally scheduled to continue through Mar. 25, but will now continue to Mar.26. The Bureau…
Survey Says Increase Mule Deer And Antelope Fawn Populations
  The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s annual surveys of pronghorn antelope and mule deer herds this fall and winter show higher than average numbers of fawns. This is significant because population growth is driven by the number of fawns that are born and survive to their first birthd…
Wyoming Game And Fish Announces Text-A-Tip Poaching Program
  The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has launched a new method for the public to report poaching incidents. Game and Fish has added a text message reporting system, as well as an Android app, to the Stop Poaching Program. Anyone with a cell phone can now report critical poaching information t…
Wyoming Game And Fish Commision To Broadcast Public Meetings
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will start broadcasting its meetings to the entire state via the Internet starting this month. The Commission serves as the policy making board of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. It meets at least six times each year. President of the Game and Fish Commissi…
Slow Down To Avoid Wildlife Collisions
  As the weather changes, many big game animals leave their summer and fall ranges to head for traditional wintering areas. Some animals move significant distances while others only move a few miles…but regardless of the distance, migration does occur every year and the migration routes …

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