MONTHLY HUNTING UPDATE

Customized hunting maps available through Game and Fish

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department store offers a great resource for hunters--customizable hunting maps.


Stop Poaching: Antler violators sentenced

South Pinedale Game Warden Jordan Kraft finalized two cases involving individuals who were caught collecting shed antlers during the seasonal closure.


Wyoming bands hundreds of mourning doves

Mourning dove hunting season starts Sept. 1, but banding season started July 1 in Wyoming. 


Important upcoming dates: Get ready for hunting

Hunting season is just around the corner!


Plan your hunt: Hunting on HMAs and Walk-in Areas

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department through Access Yes helps to secure hunting opportunities on private land. 


Summer is a good time to prepare for hunting season

Most serious (and successful) hunters know that hunting season doesn’t begin on opening day; it starts in the weeks and months prior to the season.


Reward delivered for Stop Poaching tip

Lander Game Warden Brady Frude had the pleasure of delivering a Stop Poaching reward check
to an individual who called in a tip in 2014.


Game and Fish Commission sets 2016 hunting seasons - more opportunities for deer and antelope this fall

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission has approved the 2016 big game hunting seasons. This means the public can now look at the final details related to hunting season dates and quotas for Wyoming’s big game, wild bison, small game, migratory game birds, fall turkeys and upland birds.


2016 hunt forecast: High hunter success predicted for elk, antelope, sage grouse

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is forecasting a successful hunting season as a result of the mild winter and successful management techniques.


Rock Springs hunter takes second-largest mountain goat ever harvested in Wyoming

Will Russell, a hunter from Rock Springs, Wyoming, and the 2015 Wyoming Game and Fish Department Super Tag mountain goat winner, harvested the second-largest mountain goat ever taken in Wyoming


Plan Your Hunt
Hunter Education Information
Wyoming Wildlife Magazine
Stop Poaching


Interested in becoming a hunter education instructor?

Call Tristanna Bickford at (307) 777-4542.

See our Becoming a Hunter Education Instructor Checklist


Important changes

Find out what you need to know before heading out in the field this fall>

Game and Fish video: 2016 Wyoming Mountain Goat Supertag Winner

A Wyoming man recently won one of Wyoming’s most difficult licenses to draw, and with it, some national notoriety. See the video>

Game and Fish video: Forensic Lab helps manage wildlife resources for hunters

When most people think of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department, game wardens and biologists often come to mind. But some aspects of their jobs would be far more difficult without the help of the Wyoming Game and Fish Forensic and Fish Health Laboratory.

It's a commitment to wildlife not many other states make. But, by doing so, sportspersons who hunt and fish Wyoming can count on a wildlife resource that is regularly monitored for disease, is defended in the courts, and provides data to game managers to ensure wildlife populations are properly managed. 
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