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STOP Poaching Information in the Green River Region

Stop Poaching

The Stop Poaching program works because people truly care about Wyoming's wildlife resources.  Each year, hundreds of animals are taken illegally in Wyoming, and without tips from concerned members of the public, many of these crimes would go undetected. Game wardens follow up on all information received through the Stop Poaching program and in many cases these tips lead to successful prosecutions of violators.  Tips can be submitted by phone, text or online and reporters can choose to remain anonymous. Individuals submitting information leading to a conviction can be eligible for a reward through the Wyoming Wildlife Protector's Association. We are using this website to record the STOP Poaching cases documented in the WGFD Green River Region. Thank you for any and all assistance to solve wildlife violations.


REPORT WILDLIFE VIOLATIONS

Stop Poaching Hotline
1-877-WGFD-TIP (1-877-943-3847) or 1-307-777-4330 for out-of-state calls.


Text keyword WGFD and message to 847-411
Android-based cell phone users may download a free app to submit text message reports.
iPhone users must text reports to 847-411.


                                                 

 

Evanston men prosecuted for poaching deer and more

EVANSTON—Evanston residents Gerald Lewis, 19, and Austin Jarrell, 20, are now paying for their decision to poach a doe mule deer and leave it to waste on the Bear River Divide Hunter Management Area in July. Prosecution in this case was made possible by a concerned citizen taking notice of suspicious activity and reporting the activity to Evanston Game Warden Nick Roberts.

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Additional Green River Poaching News

Evanston men prosecuted for poaching deer and more

EVANSTON—Evanston residents Gerald Lewis, 19, and Austin Jarrell, 20, are now paying for their decision to poach a doe mule deer and leave it to waste on the Bear River Divide Hunter Management Area in July. Prosecution in this case was made possible by a concerned citizen taking notice of suspicious activity and reporting the activity to Evanston Game Warden Nick Roberts.

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Game and Fish investigating deer poached on Powder Mountain

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Baggs Game Warden Kim Olson is seeking information on a poached mule deer that was probably killed on or around December 25 on Powder Mountain, in deer hunt area 100. Powder Mountain is west of Baggs, along Powder Rim, in Sweetwater County.

 

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Kemmerer poaching case solved thanks to citizen's tip

A tip from a concerned sportsman resulted in a Kemmerer resident being caught in a 2016 deer poaching case. Wyoming Game and Fish Department Kemmerer Game Warden Chris Baird and other area game wardens have been investigating the case since October 2016. Baird said like so many other cases they investigate, this case would not have been made without someone reporting their information. 

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Game and Fish investigating poaching cases near Baggs

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Baggs Game Warden Kim Olson is seeking information on one deer and two elk poached in Elk Hunt Area 21 near Baggs, Wyo., between October 24 and 29.

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Game and Fish investigating elk poached in HA 100

Wyoming Game and Fish Department Rock Springs Game Warden Andy Roosa is seeking information on two cow elk that were shot and wasted in Elk Hunt Area 100. 

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