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Learn outdoors skills with the Wyoming Outdoor Expo in Casper, May 17-19

Game and Fish also partnering with WOW in Lander May 18-19

 

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After public comments and additional considerations Game and Fish releases updated regulation for grizzly bear hunting

Public reminded that Game and Fish Commission meets on the regulation May 23

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G&F Seeks Information on Elk Poaching

Cow Elk Poached up Greys River

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WGFD to Take Kids Fishing

Kids age 13 and under invited to free Kids Fishing Day event, Saturday, June 2nd at the CCC Ponds, Pinedale.

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Wyoming waters and boaters win through aquatic invasive species boat inspections

Boaters who help protect Wyoming waters by having their watercraft inspected for aquatic invasive species (AIS) in 2018 will be eligible to win outdoor equipment and trips through the Wyoming AIS Boater Appreciation Raffle.

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Hunters can plan for promising fall seasons

Mother Nature was kind to Wyoming this winter, which puts hunters planning ahead in a good position to decide where to head afield now for turkey and next fall for big game and birds.

 

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Statewide wildlife and habitat management supervisor retires after 35 years with state, Game and Fish

Bob Lanka, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s statewide wildlife and habitat management supervisor, is retiring after 35 years with the department.

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Living in large carnivore country workshop offered in Wapiti

Join us May 9 from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the elementary school in Wapiti

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​Public invited to participate in Waterfowl Initiative

LARAMIE – The Wyoming Game and Fish Department invites interested waterfowl and pheasant hunters to participate in the upcoming Waterfowl Initiative. This mini-collaborative effort will give sportsmen the opportunity to provide direction to the department on the future of waterfowl management.   

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Bowhunters of Wyoming donation provides 5,425 acres of hunting and fishing public access

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently received a $1,750 donation to support hunters and anglers through the Access Yes Program.

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