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Pheasant Release Cancelled for Friday

Due to road and weather conditions, pheasants will not be released on Friday, Nov 18 at Ocean Lake Wildlife Management Area, Mile High Ranch Access and Sand Mesa Wildlife Management Area northwest of Riverton

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Game and Fish finds CWD in new deer hunt area near Cody

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department confirmed chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Deer Hunt Area 110, which is west of Cody.

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Hunters: Checking your CWD test results is easy

Hunters who had tissue samples collected from their deer, elk, or moose this hunting season for chronic wasting disease testing can easily check the results of those tests on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s website.

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Grizzly Bear lesson plan available for secondary educators

A lesson plan using real-world demographic data is available for secondary educators to help students explore grizzly bear management.

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Game and Fish Commission invests in further moose research and projects to benefit mule deer

The Commission also updated its trapping regulation and further streamlined regulations

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Game and Fish finds CWD in new deer hunt area near Heart Mountain

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department confirmed chronic wasting disease (CWD) in Deer Hunt Area 121.

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Waterfowl hunters be aware of license, stamp requirements

If you are packing for an upcoming waterfowl hunting trip, be sure you have all your licenses and stamps before heading out.

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Hunters-please fill out your harvest survey

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants to know how your Wyoming hunt went this year. 

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Fishing at night is fun, but can be dangerous

Cooler weather is upon us and the Wyoming Game and Fish Department would like to remind anglers that this is a good time to start catching burbot at night. 

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New Luke Lynch WHMA helps preserve mule deer migration route

A new wildlife habitat management area that helps secure one of the country’s most critical mule deer migration routes was recently acquired by the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission.

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