Wyoming Game and Fish

Wyoming Game And Fish Now Registering Boats For 2015
Boaters wanting to get a jump on the 2015 boating season can take care of their upcoming boat registration now for next year’s boating season. No boats were registered during October as the Game and Fish closed out the 2014 watercraft registration season and prepared for the upcoming 2015 sea…
Inspections For Invasive Species Working
Wyoming Game and Fish Department employees inspected more than 40,000 watercraft in 2014 for aquatic invasive species (AIS). Aquatic invasive species include quagga and zebra mussels. Of the inspections, nearly 2,000 watercraft were considered high risk and Game and Fish personnel did 860 decontamin…
Unique Fish Stocked In Pond Near Casper
Anglers near Casper have a unique opportunity to catch Arctic grayling and now golden trout in a community fishing pond. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department stocked a limited number of both Arctic grayling and goldens in Jessica’s Pond (near Speas Fish Hatchery) in mid-October. Both these fi…
Pinedale Biologist Named Wildlife Professional Of The Year
Wildlife professionals from across Wyoming have named Jill Randall, Pinedale Habitat Biologist for the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, as their 2014 Wildlife Professional of the Year. The Wyoming Chapter of The Wildlife Society, an international organization of professional wildlife researchers an…
AK-47 Used To Poach Antelope, Game And Fish Request Help
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information on a shooting of pronghorn antelope west of Casper off 33 Mile Road.
The pronghorn were shot and killed on the evening of Sept. 26 around 5 p.m.
Daniel Beach, west Casper game warden says,
“The pronghorn were shot from the vehicle with an AK47…
Hunting Forecast For The Casper Region
    Many hunters are chomping at the bit and ready to get into the field this fall. or they have already been out with their bow and seen some of the wildlife that Wyoming has to offer. Either way, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has put out their annual forecast for area hunters [[&#x…
Game And Fish Finds Invasive Mudsnails In Wyoming Lake
Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to inform recreationists and the public that a new population of the invasive New Zealand mudsnail has been found in Lake Cameahwait (Bass Lake) in Fremont County. This new population was discovered by Greg Mayton, Game and Fish AIS regional supervisor. Gr…

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