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Game and Fish hosting 2020 season setting meetings statewide

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public meetings and has opened a comment period to gather public input on several hunting season regulations.

2/10/2020 7:54:58 PM

Cheyenne - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is holding public meetings and has opened a comment period to gather public input on several hunting season regulations. Game and Fish sets hunting seasons annually based on public input, annual harvest data, population monitoring data, individual herd unit objectives and ongoing habitat evaluations. The regulations include:
 

  • Chapter 2, General Hunting Regulation
  • Chapter 5, Antelope Hunting Seasons
  • Chapter 6, Deer Hunting Seasons
  • Chapter 7, Elk Hunting Seasons
  • Chapter 8, Moose Hunting Seasons
  • Chapter 9, Bighorn Sheep and Mountain Goat Hunting Seasons
  • Chapter 11, Upland Game Bird and Small Game Hunting Seasons
  • Chapter 14, Migratory Game Bird Hunting Seasons and Light Goose Conservation Order
  • Chapter 15, Wild Bison Recreational Hunting Season
  • Chapter 20, Fall and Spring Wild Turkey Hunting Seasons

The meetings will address the above regulation proposals:
 
Date Time City/Town Location
March 24 6 p.m. Saratoga Town Hall
March 25 6 p.m. Baggs Valley Community Center
March 25 4 p.m. Buffalo Johnson County Library 
March 25 6 p.m. Cokeville Town Hall
March 25 6 p.m. Glenrock Town Hall
March 25 5 p.m. Greybull Town Hall
March 25 6 p.m. Meeteetse Conservation District
March 25 7 p.m. Newcastle USDA Building
March 25 6 p.m. Riverton Fremont County Library
March 25 4 p.m. Sheridan Sheridan Game and Fish Office
March 25 4 p.m. Sundance Crook County Courthouse 
March 25 6 p.m. Thayne Thayne Elementary School
March 25 6 p.m. Torrington Platte Valley Bank Conference Center
March 26 6 p.m. Dubois Headwaters Arts and Conference Center
March 26 6 p.m. Jackson Jackson Game and Fish Office
March 26 6 p.m. Kaycee Johnson County Library
March 26 6 p.m. Kemmerer South Lincoln Training and Events Center
March 26 6 p.m. Pinedale Pinedale Game and Fish Office
March 26 5:30 p.m. Powell Park County Fairgrounds
March 26 6 p.m. Thermopolis Big Horn Federal Savings
March 26 6 p.m. Wheatland Platte County Public Library
March 27 6 p.m. Cheyenne Cheyenne Game and Fish Office
March 28 9 a.m. Casper Casper Game and Fish Office
March 28 9 a.m. Douglas Converse County Library
March 28 2 p.m. Lusk Niobrara County Fairgrounds Office
March 30 5:30 p.m. Cody Park County Library
March 30 6 p.m. Laramie Laramie Game and Fish Office
March 30 5 p.m. Lovell Fire Hall
March 30 6  p.m. Lyman Town Hall
March 31 6 p.m. Evanston Uinta County Library
March 31 4 p.m. Gillette Campbell County Library 
March 31 6 p.m. Rawlins Jeffrey Memorial Center
March 31 6 p.m. Worland Washakie County Fairgrounds
April 1 6 p.m. Green River Green River Game and Fish Office
April 1 6 p.m. Lander Lander Game and Fish Office
April 1 6 p.m. Sheridan Sheridan Game and Fish Office
 

Written comments shall be accepted through 5 p.m. on April 3, 2020 at public meetings, online or by mailing: 
Wyoming Game and Fish Department, Regulations
3030 Energy Lane
Casper, WY 82604 

Copies of the proposed regulations are available on the Game and Fish website and at the address above in accordance with Chapter 1 Regulation Governing Access to Public Records.

Written comments shall be presented to the Game and Fish Commission prior to the public hearing at their April 2020 meeting in Riverton.

The Game and Fish Department supports the Americans with Disabilities Act. Every effort will be made for reasonable accommodations by contacting the nearest Game and Fish office.
 

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