Public meetings scheduled to discuss proposed 2017 fishing regulations

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will hold a series of statewide public meetings to discuss proposals for the 2017 fishing and watercraft regulations beginning in April throughout May.

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Wyoming Game and Fish revising Conservation Plan for Nongame Species

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is revising its plan for how to manage and conserve the state’s diversity of wildlife.

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You’re invited: Conservation Stamp Art Show

The public is invited to attend the 33rd annual Wyoming Game and Fish Conservation Stamp Art Show.

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Game and Fish receives $28,350 in donations for hunter and angler access

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department recently received $28,350 for Access Yes, the private lands public wildlife access program.

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Time to be bear aware

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds outdoor recreationalists and rural homeowners to maintain awareness of bears while enjoying the outdoors this year.

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New hunters-now is a great time for hunter education courses

If you’re planning to hunt this fall and still need to complete your hunter education course, now is a good time to sign up for a hunter safety class. Classes are offered statewide.

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New bear bait site registrations begin April 1

The upcoming spring black bear season registration period for new/unclaimed bear bait sites begins Friday, April 1 at 8 a.m.

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Game and Fish Commission reviews and invests in future of ungulates

The Commission also gave preliminary approval for the FY 2017 budget

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Wyoming RMEF allocates funding for 13 Game and Fish projects

The Wyoming Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation (RMEF) recently committed $149,000 to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to support 13 Game and Fish led projects.

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Antler shed collection closely monitored statewide

Shed antler hunting is still restricted in many areas of Wyoming, and Wyoming Game and Fish Department is actively enforcing trespassing rules.

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