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.

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High hunter success predicted for elk, antelope, sage grouse in 2016 season

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

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Spring turkey hunting forecasted; turkeys rebounding statewide

Spring hunting seasons for wild turkey are now open in all hunt areas.

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Improvements to Renner Reservoir slated for this summer

An informational meeting will be held May 5 at 6:30 p.m. in Worland.

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Anglers asked to report tagged walleye caught in Buffalo Bill Reservoir

Anglers could receive up to $100 for reporting tagged fish 

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Rock Springs artist wins 2017 Conservation Stamp Art Show

Rock Springs artist, Andrew Kneeland, is the winner of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department 2017 Conservation Stamp Art Show.

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Joe Gilbert to retire after 36 years with Game and Fish

Joe Gilbert, Sheridan Regional Wildlife Supervisor, will retire from the Wyoming Game and Fish Department on May 6, 2016

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Game and Fish Commission to vote on 2016 hunting seasons next week

The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will be setting the 2016 hunting seasons at its next meeting.

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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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