A Walk-In Area (WIA) is a tract of private land on which the Game and Fish Department leases hunting opportunities for public enjoyment. Public access to a WIA is typically limited to hunting by foot traffic only, including all travel and game retrieval, unless the landowner designates roads open to vehicle travel. This exception is at the discretion of the landowner and will be explicitly listed in the access chart for that county and access area where vehicle are allowed.
The Walk-In Area Program
allows access to excellent hunting and fishing opportunities available on private lands. Private lands play an integral role in sustaining wildlife diversity and populations in Wyoming. One of the underlying themes of the Access Yes Program is to celebrate the contributions of private lands to wildlife habitat and public access and reward these contributions to the best of the Department's abilities.
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