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Casper Game and Fish welcomes Scott Fischer

June 20, 2019
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Casper - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department welcomes new game warden Scott Fischer to the Casper Region.

Fischer grew up in Evansville, and attended schools in Glenrock before completing both his associate degree and Bachelor of Science in biology from the University of Wyoming/Casper College.  Scott also spent seven years working for Natrona County Weed and Pest.  Once hired by Game and Fish, Fischer completed the 14-week course at the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy in April of this year.

“I started at an early age hunting and fishing with my parents across Wyoming which really instilled a passion for Wyoming’s great outdoors in me.  I hope being a game warden helps me do that for others across the state.  This job deals with public outreach, wildlife management, conservation as well as law enforcement and having a career that allows be to work so close to my passion is exciting,” says Fischer.

 “Scott brings a wealth of knowledge with him since he grew up in this area.  He spends his free time hunting, fishing Pathfinder, camping in the Big Horns and enjoying the outdoors and we are thrilled to have him as a new warden training in Casper,” says Casper Regional Wildlife Supervisor Brian Olsen.  “Scott will provide assistance to the public and be involved in the many communities around the Casper Region.  We encourage people to get to know Scott and share in his excitement for this area, job and wildlife.”

As a game warden in the Casper Region, Fischer will spend time doing boating safety on local reservoirs, as well as working with fish and wildlife from Pathfinder all the way to the Black Hills.  He will be stationed at the Casper Regional Office of the Game and Fish and can be reached by calling (307) 473-3400.

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