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JACKSON AREA
420 North Cache, Jackson, WY 83001
(307) 733-2321

Species available in this region:

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ELK HUNTING
APPLICATION DEADLINES

Nonresident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Jan. 31
  • Modify & Withdrawl: Feb. 3
  • Results Available: Feb. 28
  • Preference Point****: July 1 - Sept. 30

Resident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - May 31
  • Modify & Withdrawl: June 3
  • Results Available: June 30

All applications, must be submitted by 5 p.m. mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

**** An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application, but must be at least twelve 12 years old when hunting any big or trophy game.  A person applying to purchase a preference point must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year.

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2014 ELK SEASON DATES

Season Dates and Limitations - Preliminary opening dates and limitations are subject to change. Opening dates, closing dates and limitations for big game hunting seasons are established each year in late April or early May. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission may not issue licenses for specific hunt areas and types based on wildlife management. Applicants who select hunt areas or types for which licenses are not authorized will have their license fee, but not their application fee, refunded.

Combined Hunt Areas - To apply for a limited quota license that is valid in combined hunt areas (several hunt areas listed): select the first hunt area listed in the combination of hunt areas for which the license is valid from the drop down box and then select the specific type you are applying for. Example: For a license that is listed as area 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 Type 3, regardless of what specific hunt area you wanted to hunt, you would select 10 in the hunt area and 3 in the type box. The license will be issued as 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 type 3 and you can hunt in any of these areas. To participate in the drawing for this combination, you must list ONLY the first hunt area.

Special Archery Seasons - Information regarding special archery season dates will be available after the April 22-23, 2014 WGF Commission meeting. Until this time, please refer to the previous year’s regulation (2013) season dates for tentative information.

Hunt Area Type Opens Closes Quota Limitations
70   Sep. 20 Oct. 31   General; Antlered elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
70   Nov. 1 Nov. 2   General; Antlered elk, spikes excluded; valid north and west of Pacific Creek and Mink Creek - SEE SECTION 6
71   Sep. 20 Nov. 2   General; Antlered elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
72         CLOSED
73   Sep. 20 Oct. 25   General; Antlered elk, spikes excluded
75 4 Oct. 18 Nov. 30 200 Limited quota ; Antlerless elk; the Snake River Bottom portion of Area 75 shall be closed, also valid in that portion of Area 81 west of the Shadow Mountain Loop Road (U.S.F.S. Road 30340) - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
75 4 Dec. 1 Dec. 7   Unused Area 75 Type 4 licenses; the Snake River Bottom and Antelope Flats portion of Area 75 shall be closed - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
75 4 Oct. 18 Nov. 2   Unused Area 75 Type 4 licenses also valid in Area 79 – SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
75 6 Oct. 18 Nov. 30 450 Limited quota ; Cow or calf; the Snake River Bottom portion of Area 75 shall be closed - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
75 6 Dec. 1 Dec. 7   Unused Area 75 Type 6 licenses; the Snake River Bottom and Antelope Flats portion of Area 75 shall be closed - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
77   Oct. 11 Oct. 12   General license and unused limited quota licenses; excluding limited quota cow or calf licenses and limited quota archery only licenses, valid for any elk; 70 National Elk Refuge permits may be issued only for youths 12 through 17 years of age - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
77   Oct. 13 Oct. 19   General license and unused limited quota licenses; excluding limited quota cow or calf licenses and limited quota archery only licenses, any elk - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
77   Oct. 20 Dec. 14   General license and unused limited quota licenses; excluding limited quota archery only licenses, antlerless elk only - SEE SECTIONS 6 and 7
78 1 Sep. 26 Jan. 31 50 Limited quota ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
78 6 Aug. 15 Sep. 9 125 Limited quota ; Cow or calf, valid on private land, access to private land is limited – SEE SECTION 6
78 6 Sep. 10 Jan. 31   Unused Area 78 Type 6 licenses valid in the entire area - SEE SECTION 6
78 7 Aug. 15 Jan. 31 100 Limited quota ; Cow or calf archery or muzzle-loading firearm only, access to private land is limited – SEE SECTION 6
79   Oct. 18 Nov. 2   Unused Area 75 Type 4 licenses valid in Area 79 – SEE SECTIONS 6 AND 7
80   Sep. 26 Oct. 31   General ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
80   Nov. 1 Nov. 16   General ; Antlerless elk - SEE SECTION 6
80 6 Oct. 18 Nov. 16 100 Limited quota ; Cow or calf – SEE SECTION 6
80   Nov. 17 Nov. 30   General license and unused Area 80 Type 6 licenses valid for antlerless elk south of the Sheep Creek Road (U.S.F.S. Road 30445) – SEE SECTION 6
81   Sep. 26 Oct. 25   General ; Antlered elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
82   Sep. 26 Oct. 25   General ; Antlered elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
82 4 Sep. 10 Oct. 25 25 Limited quota ; Antlerless elk - SEE SECTION 6
83   Oct. 1 Oct. 25   General ; Antlered elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
84   Sep. 26 Oct. 31   General ; Any elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
84 1 Nov. 1 Jan. 31 20 Limited quota ; Any elk valid on private land west of U.S. Highway 191 and north and east of the Snake River starting at the South Park Bridge; access to private land is limited - SEE SECTION 6
84 6 Sep. 26 Nov. 20 100 Limited quota ; Cow or calf; that portion of Area 84 east and south of Granite Creek to the Hoback River shall be closed after October 31 – SEE SECTION 6
84   Nov. 21 Jan. 31   Unused Area 84 Type 6 and Area 85 Type 6 licenses valid in that portion of Area 84 on private land west of U.S. Highway 191 and north and east of the Snake River starting at the South Park Bridge; access to private land is limited - SEE SECTION 6
84 7 Aug. 15 Jan. 31 75 Limited quota ; Cow or calf valid on private land west of U.S. Highway 191 and north and east of the Snake River starting at the South Park Bridge; access to private land is limited – SEE SECTION 6
85   Sep. 26 Oct. 31   General ; Any elk, spikes excluded - SEE SECTION 6
85 6 Sep. 26 Oct. 31 25 Limited quota ; Cow or calf – SEE SECTION 6
85   Nov. 1 Jan. 31   Unused Area 84 Type 6 and Area 85 Type 6 licenses valid on private land in that portion of Area 85 north of Butler Creek; access to private land is limited - SEE SECTION 6
88 1 Oct. 1 Oct. 31 40 Limited quota ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
89   Oct. 15 Oct. 17   General ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
89   Oct. 18 Oct. 24   General ; Antlered elk - SEE SECTION 6
90   Oct. 15 Oct. 31   General ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
90   Nov. 1 Nov. 15   General ; Antlerless elk - SEE SECTION 6
90 6 Oct. 15 Nov. 15 250 Limited quota ; Cow or calf - SEE SECTION 6
91   Oct. 15 Oct. 31   General ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
91 1 Oct. 1 Oct. 31 100 Limited quota ; Any elk - SEE SECTION 6
91 1 Nov. 1 Dec. 31   Unused Area 91 Type 1 licenses valid for antlerless elk - SEE SECTION 6
91 6 Oct. 1 Dec. 31 150 Limited quota ; Cow or calf - SEE SECTION 6
91 6 Jan. 1 Jan. 31   Unused Area 91 Type 6 licenses valid in the entire area. Archery only in that portion of Area 91 south of Cedar Creek and east of Muddy String Road (Lincoln County Road 117), north of Lost Creek Road (Lincoln County Road 120), and north of Lost Creek, off national forest - SEE SECTION 6

* Indicates hunt areas with difficult public access

LICENSE TYPES & FEES

Nonresident Fees

  • Full-Price: $591.00
  • Cow/Calf: $302.00
  • Nonresident Landowner: $591.00
  • Nonresident Special: $1,071.00
  • Youth: $289.00
  • Youth Cow/Calf: $114.00
  • Nonresident Youth Landowner: $289.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $14.00 application fee.

Resident Fees

  • Full-Price: $57.00
  • Cow/Calf: $48.00
  • Resident Landowner: $57.00
  • Youth: $30.00
  • Youth Cow/Calf: $25.00
  • Resident Youth Landowner: $30.00
  • Pioneer: $10.00
  • Pioneer Heritage: $37.00
  • Pioneer Heritage Cow/Calf: $32.00
  • Pioneer Heritage Landowner: $37.00
  • Pioneer Landowner: $10.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $5.00 application fee.

Additional Stamps & Permits Needed

  • Conservation Stamp (required for all hunt areas)
  • Archery Permit (Required when hunting in special archery seasons. They are not required if hunting with a type 9 license, or if hunting with archery equipment during a rifle season.)
  • Elk Special Management Permit (required for hunt areas: 70, 71, 75 or 77-98)
  • Wildlife Damage Management Stamp (optional)
Type Description License Fee Type
  General Full Price Fees
Type 1 & 2 Antlered or Any Full Price Fees
Type 3 Any White-Tailed Deer Full Price Fees
Type 4 & 5 Antlerless Full Price Fees
Type 6 & 7 Doe/Fawn, Cow/Calf elk or Ewe/Lamb Reduced Price Fees
Type 8 Doe/Fawn White-Tailed Deer Reduced Price Fees
Type 9 Archery Only Full Price Fees
Type 0 Other Specialty Weapon Only Full Price Fees
ANTELOPE HUNTING
APPLICATION DEADLINES

Nonresident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Mar. 15
  • Modify & Withdrawl: June 3
  • Results Available: June 30
  • Preference Point****: July 1 - Sept. 30

Resident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - May 31
  • Modify & Withdrawl: June 3
  • Results Available: June 30

All applications, must be submitted by 5 p.m. mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

**** An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application, but must be at least twelve 12 years old when hunting any big or trophy game.  A person applying to purchase a preference point must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year.

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2014 ANTELOPE SEASON DATES

Season Dates and Limitations - Preliminary opening dates and limitations are subject to change. Opening dates, closing dates and limitations for big game hunting seasons are established each year in late April or early May. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission may not issue licenses for specific hunt areas and types based on wildlife management. Applicants who select hunt areas or types for which licenses are not authorized will have their license fee, but not their application fee, refunded.

Special Archery Seasons - Information regarding special archery season dates will be available after the April 22-23, 2014 WGF Commission meeting. Until this time, please refer to the previous year’s regulation (2013) season dates for tentative information.

Hunt Area Type Opens Closes Quota Limitations
85 1 Sep. 10 Oct. 31 15 Limited quota ; Any antelope

* Indicates hunt areas with difficult public access

LICENSE TYPES & FEES

Nonresident Fees

  • Full-Price: $286.00
  • Doe/Fawn: $48.00
  • Nonresident Landowner: $286.00
  • Nonresident Special: $526.00
  • Youth: $124.00
  • Youth Doe/Fawn: $33.00
  • Nonresident Youth Landowner: $124.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $14.00 application fee.

Resident Fees

  • Full-Price: $38.00
  • Doe/Fawn: $27.00
  • Resident Landowner: $38.00
  • Youth: $20.00
  • Youth Doe/Fawn: $19.00
  • Resident Youth Landowner: $20.00
  • Pioneer: $7.00
  • Pioneer Heritage: $25.00
  • Pioneer Heritage Doe/Fawn: $23.00
  • Pioneer Heritage Landowner: $25.00
  • Pioneer Landowner: $7.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $5.00 application fee.

Additional Stamps & Permits Needed

  • Conservation Stamp (required for all hunt areas)
  • Archery Permit (Required when hunting in special archery seasons.  They are not required if hunting with a type 9 license, or if hunting with archery equipment during a rifle season.)
  • Wildlife Damage Management Stamp (optional)
Type Description License Fee Type
  General Full Price Fees
Type 1 & 2 Antlered or Any Full Price Fees
Type 3 Any White-Tailed Deer Full Price Fees
Type 4 & 5 Antlerless Full Price Fees
Type 6 & 7 Doe/Fawn, Cow/Calf elk or Ewe/Lamb Reduced Price Fees
Type 8 Doe/Fawn White-Tailed Deer Reduced Price Fees
Type 9 Archery Only Full Price Fees
Type 0 Other Specialty Weapon Only Full Price Fees
WILD BISON HUNTING
APPLICATION DEADLINES

Nonresident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9

Resident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9

All applications, must be submitted by 5 p.m.
mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

Applicants must be at least fourteen (14) years of age prior to September 1 of the application year in order to hunt Wild Bison.

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2014 WILD BISON INFORMATION

Beginning in 2014, applicants will no longer be placed on a priority list. Instead, they will remit the license fee during the initial application period and a random drawing will be conducted to determine successful applicants for license issuance.

Before applying for a wild bison license, the applicant should review the tentative wild bison hunting season information, specifically the limitations column, to determine the type of license that you can legally apply for. Licenses are issued for hunt areas with season dates and sex limitations as approved by the Commission each year in April. In2013, Wyoming Statute 23-2-107 was amended so that any person who is issued an any wild bison license (Type 1) and harvests a bull of the species shall be ineligible to apply for or receive an any wild bison license in any future year, but shall be eligible to apply for and receive a female or calf wild bison license in the immediately following season. In addition, any person who is issued an any wild bison license and harvests a female or calf of the species shall be ineligible to apply for or receive a female or calf wild bison license in the immediately following five (5) years, but shall be eligible to apply for and receive an any wild bison license in the immediately following season. Any person who is issued a female or calf wild bison license (Type 4) and harvests a female or calf of the species shall be ineligible to apply for or receive an any wild bison license or a female or calf wild bison license in the immediately following five (5) years.

Applicants successful in drawing a wild bison license can apply for a permit to hunt the National Elk Refuge. The application process for National Elk Refuge hunting permits is conducted in cooperation with the National Elk Refuge prior to the start of the hunting season. Applications are available through the Wyoming Game and Fish Department's website, Private Lands Public Wildlife Access Program. Alternate permits will also be available during the fall for each hunt period through the Department’s website.

Additional Bison Hunting Information

2014 TENTATIVE WILD BISON SEASON DATES

Season Dates and Limitations - Preliminary opening dates and limitations are subject to change. Opening dates, closing dates and limitations for big game hunting seasons are established each year in late April or early May. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission may not issue licenses for specific hunt areas and types based on wildlife management. Applicants who select hunt areas or types for which licenses are not authorized will have their license fee, but not their application fee, refunded.

Hunt Area Type Opens Closes Limitations
2 1 Aug. 15 -- Any wild bison; also valid in Area 1 within the Clark's Fork River and Soda Butte Creek drainages. Valid in other portions of Area 1 upon notification by the department; other limitations specified during notification.
2 4 Aug. 15 -- Any female or calf wild bison; also valid in Area 1 within the Clark's Fork River and Soda Butte Creek drainages. Valid in other portions of Area 1 upon notification by the department; other limitations specified during notification.

* Indicates hunt areas with difficult public access

LICENSE TYPES & FEES

Nonresident Fees

  • Full-Price: $2,522.00
  • Type 4: $1,022.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $14.00 application fee.

Resident Fees

  • Full-Price: $413.00
  • Type 4: $263.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $5.00 application fee.

Additional Stamps & Permits Needed

  • Conservation Stamp (required for all hunt areas)
  • Archery Permit (Required when hunting in special archery seasons.  They are not required if hunting with a type 9 license, or if hunting with archery equipment during a rifle season.)
  • Wildlife Damage Management Stamp (optional)
Type Description License Fee Type
  General Full Price Fees
Type 1 & 2 Antlered or Any Full Price Fees
Type 3 Any White-Tailed Deer Full Price Fees
Type 4 & 5 Antlerless Full Price Fees
Type 6 & 7 Doe/Fawn, Cow/Calf elk or Ewe/Lamb Reduced Price Fees
Type 8 Doe/Fawn White-Tailed Deer Reduced Price Fees
Type 9 Archery Only Full Price Fees
Type 0 Other Specialty Weapon Only Full Price Fees
MOOSE HUNTING
APPLICATION DEADLINES

Nonresident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9
  • Preference Point****: July 1 - Sept. 30

Resident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9
  • Preference Point Only****: July 1 - Sept. 30

All applications, must be submitted by 5 p.m. mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

**** An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application, but must be at least twelve 12 years old when hunting any big or trophy game.  A person applying to purchase a preference point must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year.

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2014 TENTATIVE MOOSE SEASON DATES

Season Dates and Limitations - Preliminary opening dates and limitations are subject to change. Opening dates, closing dates and limitations for big game hunting seasons are established each year in late April or early May. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission may not issue licenses for specific hunt areas and types based on wildlife management. Applicants who select hunt areas or types for which licenses are not authorized will have their license fee, but not their application fee, refunded.

Combined Hunt Areas - To apply for a limited quota license that is valid in combined hunt areas (several hunt areas listed): select the first hunt area listed in the combination of hunt areas for which the license is valid from the drop down box and then select the specific type you are applying for. Example: For a license that is listed as area 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 Type 3, regardless of what specific hunt area you wanted to hunt, you would select 10 in the hunt area and 3 in the type box. The license will be issued as 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15 type 3 and you can hunt in any of these areas. To participate in the drawing for this combination, you must list ONLY the first hunt area.

Special Archery Seasons - Information regarding special archery season dates will be available after the April 22-23, 2014 WGF Commission meeting. Until this time, please refer to the previous year’s regulation (2013) season dates for tentative information.

Hunt Area Type Opens Closes Limitations
7 0
-- CLOSED
10 1 Sep. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose
14 0
-- CLOSED
15 0
-- CLOSED
16,37 1 Sep. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose. Apply for the first hunt area listed.
17,28 1 Sep. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose. Apply for the first hunt area listed.
18 1 Oct. 1 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose
19 0
-- CLOSED
20 1 Sep. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose
21 1 Sep. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose
23 1 Sep. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; antlered moose
32 0
-- CLOSED
LICENSE TYPES & FEES

Nonresident Fees

  • Full-Price: $1,416.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $14.00 application fee.

Resident Fees

  • Full-Price: $117.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $5.00 application fee.

Additional Stamps & Permits Needed

  • Conservation Stamp (required for all hunt areas)
  • Archery Permit (Required when hunting in special archery seasons.  They are not required if hunting with a type 9 license, or if hunting with archery equipment during a rifle season.)
  • Wildlife Damage Management Stamp (optional)
Type Description License Fee Type
  General Full Price Fees
Type 1 & 2 Antlered or Any Full Price Fees
Type 3 Any White-Tailed Deer Full Price Fees
Type 4 & 5 Antlerless Full Price Fees
Type 6 & 7 Doe/Fawn, Cow/Calf elk or Ewe/Lamb Reduced Price Fees
Type 8 Doe/Fawn White-Tailed Deer Reduced Price Fees
Type 9 Archery Only Full Price Fees
Type 0 Other Specialty Weapon Only Full Price Fees
BIGHORN SHEEP HUNTING
APPLICATION DEADLINES

Nonresident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9
  • Preference Point****: July 1 - Sept. 30

Resident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9
  • Preference Point****: July 1 - Sept. 30

All applications, must be submitted by 5 p.m. mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

**** An applicant must be at least eleven (11) years old at the time of submitting an application, but must be at least twelve 12 years old when hunting any big or trophy game.  A person applying to purchase a preference point must be at least twelve (12) years old by December 31 of that year.

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2014 TENTATIVE BIGHORN SHEEP SEASON DATES

Season Dates and Limitations - Preliminary opening dates and limitations are subject to change. Opening dates, closing dates and limitations for big game hunting seasons are established each year in late April or early May. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission may not issue licenses for specific hunt areas and types based on wildlife management. Applicants who select hunt areas or types for which licenses are not authorized will have their license fee, but not their application fee, refunded.

Special Archery Seasons - Information regarding special archery season dates will be available after the April 22-23, 2014 WGF Commission meeting. Until this time, please refer to the previous year’s regulation (2013) season dates for tentative information.

Hunt Area Type Opens Closes Limitations
6 1 Aug. 15 -- Limited quota licenses; any ram; (one resident license and one nonresident license issued)
7 1 Sep. 1 -- Limited quota licenses; any bighorn sheep

* Indicates hunt areas with difficult public access

LICENSE TYPES & FEES

Nonresident Fees

  • Full-Price: $2,266.00
  • Ewe/Lamb: $254.00
  • Youth Ewe/Lamb: $114.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $14.00 application fee.

Resident Fees

  • Full-Price: $122.00
  • Ewe/Lamb: $41.00
  • Youth Ewe/Lamb: $19.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $5.00 application fee.

Additional Stamps & Permits Needed

  • Conservation Stamp (required for all hunt areas)
  • Archery Permit (Required when hunting in special archery seasons.  They are not required if hunting with a type 9 license, or if hunting with archery equipment during a rifle season.)
  • Wildlife Damage Management Stamp (optional)
Type Description License Fee Type
  General Full Price Fees
Type 1 & 2 Antlered or Any Full Price Fees
Type 3 Any White-Tailed Deer Full Price Fees
Type 4 & 5 Antlerless Full Price Fees
Type 6 & 7 Doe/Fawn, Cow/Calf elk or Ewe/Lamb Reduced Price Fees
Type 8 Doe/Fawn White-Tailed Deer Reduced Price Fees
Type 9 Archery Only Full Price Fees
Type 0 Other Specialty Weapon Only Full Price Fees
MOUNTAIN GOAT HUNTING
APPLICATION DEADLINES

Nonresident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9

Resident Deadlines

  • Application Dates: Jan. 1 - Feb. 28
  • Modify & Withdrawl: April 15
  • Results Available: May 9

All applications, must be submitted by 5 p.m. mountain standard time (MST) on the deadline date.

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2014 TENTATIVE MOUNTAIN GOAT SEASON DATES

Season Dates and Limitations - Preliminary opening dates and limitations are subject to change. Opening dates, closing dates and limitations for big game hunting seasons are established each year in late April or early May. The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission may not issue licenses for specific hunt areas and types based on wildlife management. Applicants who select hunt areas or types for which licenses are not authorized will have their license fee, but not their application fee, refunded.

Special Archery Seasons - Information regarding special archery season dates will be available after the April 22-23, 2014 WGF Commission meeting. Until this time, please refer to the previous year’s regulation (2013) season dates for tentative information.

Hunt Area Type Opens Closes Limitations
2 1 Sep. 1 -- Limited quota licenses; any mountain goat

* Indicates hunt areas with difficult public access

LICENSE TYPES & FEES

Nonresident Fees

  • Full-Price: $2,166.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $14.00 application fee.

Resident Fees

  • Full-Price: $127.00

Note: Amount to be remitted includes nonrefundable $5.00 application fee.

Additional Stamps & Permits Needed

  • Conservation Stamp (required for all hunt areas)
  • Archery Permit (Required when hunting in special archery seasons.  They are not required if hunting with a type 9 license, or if hunting with archery equipment during a rifle season.)
  • Wildlife Damage Management Stamp (optional)
Type Description License Fee Type
  General Full Price Fees
Type 1 & 2 Antlered or Any Full Price Fees
Type 3 Any White-Tailed Deer Full Price Fees
Type 4 & 5 Antlerless Full Price Fees
Type 6 & 7 Doe/Fawn, Cow/Calf elk or Ewe/Lamb Reduced Price Fees
Type 8 Doe/Fawn White-Tailed Deer Reduced Price Fees
Type 9 Archery Only Full Price Fees
Type 0 Other Specialty Weapon Only Full Price Fees
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