Robin Kepple

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 for hunting and fishing, fish stocking, publication and education...
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 2010...
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...
Reward Offered For Info Behind Illegal Fish Stocking
A nine-inch perch was caught at Alcova near Black Beach recently. The angler from Iowa showed it to a friend, who knew it didn't belong in the reservoir and contacted the Casper Game and Fish offices. "Really what we're seeing here is yet another case of people moving fish illegally from one place to another and that's why were offering up to $5000 dollars for any information leading to the a
Bear In Casper Gets Quick Relocation
A black bear wandered into the southeast edge of Casper Friday morning. "Early this morning-- approximately 5:30 -- our Game Wardens trapped a black bear in the south east edge of town. The bear at that time was just resting in a backyard. It was removed as a precaution to prevent any human conflicts." Robin Kepple from the Casper Area Game and Fish offices says the seven-year-old bear

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