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Wyoming Game & Fish Store Has Gift Ideas

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — For those still needing Christmas ideas for outdoor enthusiasts, the Wyoming Game and Fish Store might be a good place to look.

The Game and Fish Store has a number of items for anglers, hunters, and, in general, anyone interested in wildlife

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Game And Fish Seeking Volunteer Hunt Instructors

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is looking for volunteers to help teach youths around the state how to hunt.  Instructors must be 18 or older.

Game and Fish hunter education coordinator, Jim Dawson, says the need for new volunteer instructors to teach hunter education is ever present and recruitment of new instructors to meet public demands is an ongoing task

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Scott Olson/Getty Images
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New Year Brings New Fishing Regulations

New Wyoming fishing regulations take effect beginning in January.

Wyoming anglers generally will be allowed to keep six trout of any size in lakes and rivers around the state but will only be allowed to keep three trout from a river or stream, with only one of the three trout being over 16 inches

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Wyoming Hatchery Successful With Golden Trout

SHERIDAN, Wyo. (AP) — The Story Fish Hatchery completed successful spawning operations this past summer for one of Wyoming's more unique species — the golden trout.

This was the third year of collecting golden trout eggs at the Story Hatchery in northern Wyoming

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Cataphractus, engraving by J. Pass, Hulton Archive, Getty Images
Cataphractus, engraving by J. Pass, Hulton Archive, Getty Images
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Explorer Catfish Still Swims, Maybe [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department released news of a channel catfish that traveled 415 miles from its home in Clear Creek near Buffalo to a place near Billings, Montana.

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Channel Catfish Swims Epic Journey

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says it has documented a 415-mile journey by a channel catfish.

The agency tagged the catfish in June 2007 just below the Kendrick Diversion Dam on Clear Creek east of Sheridan

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Five Pronghorn Poached, Game And Fish Seek Info

Another poaching incident northwest of Casper has Wyoming Game and Fish asking for help.

"Last week we had five pronghorn buck that were shot and abandoned. This was out near 33 mile road. These were four yearling bucks and one mature buck

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U.S Fish and Wildlife Service
U.S Fish and Wildlife Service
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Elk Poached In Converse County, Info Sought, Reward Offered

A poached bull elk was found shot out-of-season earlier this week at the Echo Mountain Ranch south of Glenrock and area game officials would like help solving the crime.

" This elk had been killed by a rifle

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A Moose On The Loose In Casper [VIDEO]

On Sunday morning September 18th, reports started coming into area law enforcement agencies about a moose wandering the streets of a west side subdivision in Casper.

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Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
Karen Snyder, K2 Radio
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Deer Hunt Proposed For Parts Of Casper Mountain

A proposal to open hunting to mule deer on parts of Casper Mountain is open for public discussion Thursday evening.

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