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Public invited to comment on proposed wolf hunting regulation

The draft regulation for the 2018 wolf hunting regulation is now available for public comment.

 

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Public invited to discuss proposed changes to fishing, watercraft and AIS regulations

Join us April 26 from 6-8 p.m. at the Bighorn Federal Bank in Cody 

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Interested in fishing, boating and water? Comment now on changes to regulations

At least, every three years the Wyoming Game and Fish Department makes changes to the state’s fishing regulations and asks the public to give input on what should be changed or updated. That process has started again.

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Game and Fish to Discuss Local Fisheries

Join the Game and Fish to discuss your local fisheries.

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Game and Fish to Discuss Local Fisheries

Join the Game and Fish to discuss your local fisheries. 

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Grab your fishing pole-Bridger Pond offers good fishing

Photo: Kim Olson, WGFD
​Tiger trout
 

Jim Bridger Pond, located approximately 30 miles east of Rock Springs, has been ice free for several weeks and the recreational facilities are now open. This community fishery provides excellent recreational opportunities for families and individuals of all ages.

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Large Carnivore Safety Seminars Offered

Do you know what you would do if you had a close encounter with a bear? If not, you should attend an upcoming "Living in Large Carnivore Country" seminar.

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Large Carnivore Safety Seminars Offered

Do you know what you would do if you had a close encounter with a bear? If not, you should attend an upcoming "Living in Large Carnivore Country" seminar.

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Chronic wasting disease is a threat to Wyoming’s deer

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is concerned about chronic wasting disease (CWD) and how it may affect the future of Wyoming’s deer.

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Those buying guns, ammunition, fishing and boating equipment contribute significantly to conservation in Wyoming

Wyoming can get reimbursed for up to $19 million of Sportsmen & Conservation funds

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