Wyoming Game and Fish

Archery Season Set to Open in Wyoming
Archery season is just around the corner. Most areas open to archers for pronghorn on Aug. 15 and for deer and elk on Sept. 1. A few areas have different opening dates, so bowhunters should check regulations for seasons in the area they plan to hunt. Game and Fish spokesman Al Langston says one of […
Game and Fish Taking Public Comment on Proposed Budget Cuts
Wyoming Game and Fish is taking public comment on several proposed budget cuts the agency plans to implement over the next few years. Game and Fish trimmed about $4.6 million from its budget for the 2014 fiscal year. The agency is planning to reduce funds for habitat improvement, land acquisition fo…
Wyoming Game & Fish Trapping Wolves And Grizzly Bears
PINEDALE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has begun trapping wolves and grizzly bears in western Wyoming. The idea behind the trapping is to help monitor the wolves and bears. The agency is trapping wolves this summer in the northern Wind River Mountains and Gros Ventre (groh…
Wyoming Elk Hunters Find Unmatched Success in 2012
Officials characterize 2012 as a year of never-before-seen success for elk hunters in the state of Wyoming. Wyoming Game and Fish officials say the 2012 elk harvest was the largest and most successful in Wyoming history. 26,385 elk were harvested in 2012, besting the previous record of 25,692 set in…

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