Sublette County Walk-in Areas

Species Available and Hunt Areas for this County:

Overview of walk-in areas in this county:

"X" denotes specific species you may hunt on each specific Walk-In Area. Hunt Area denoted in red after "X".
WIA Number Approx. Acres WIA Access Dates Area Information Area Map Waterfowl Pheasant Sharp- tailed Grouse Sage- Grouse Blue Grouse Sandhill Crane Doves Partridge Turkey Rabbit Antelope Deer Elk Moose Bighorn Sheep Mountain Lion Black Bear
Walk-in Area Rules(Hunting)

A Walk-In Area is a tract of private or state land on which the Wyoming Game and Fish Department has leased certain privileges for public hunting or fishing enjoyment. Please help keep these areas open yearly by respecting the landowner and following the Walk-In Area Rules.

Apply for a Hunting License

Submit applications for limited quota big game, preference points, Super Tag raffle, and other special draws.

Access Yes Donors

The Access Yes program assists landowners by managing hunters and anglers, providing sportspeople places to hunt and fish and reducing agricultural damage through hunter harvest. Donations made to the Access Yes Program give sportspersons hunting and fishing access free of charge.

Landowner Information to Participate in the Program

Interested landowners can contact the regional access coordinator, local game warden or biologist to evaluate the suitability of his/her land for participating in the Hunter Management Area, Walk-in-Area or walk-in-Fishing Area Program.

Public Land Access Summary

Wyoming, the nation's 10th largest (and least populated) state, offers vast territory to roam. Nearly half (48 percent) is federal public land, and the State of Wyoming owns another 5.6 percent. With a little research and a basic understanding of Wyoming's access laws you can plan your trip with good information about accessible hunting areas.