ASK GAME AND FISH ARCHIVE

Tom, Wyoming Game and Fish offers two programs to encourage folks to go fishing – the Cuttslam and X-Stream Angler.  What’s the difference?
Answered by: Tom Annear, Water Management Supervisor

Jason, why are the 'Private Lands-Public Wildlife' and 'PLPW' links on your website disappearing or being replaced?"
Answered by: Jason Sherwood, Laramie Regional Access Coordinator

Beth, how do I know if my watercraft needs an aquatic invasive species (AIS) inspection?
Answered by: Beth Bear, Aquatic Invasive Species Coordinator

Paul, I’ve seen large excavators and other equipment working in streams across the state. What is being done and why?
Answered by: Paul Dey, Aquatic Habitat Program Manager

Tom, why does Game and Fish do sage grouse lek counts?
Answered by: Tom Christiansen, Sage Grouse Program Coordinator

Ray, how is the Game and Fish improving wildlife habitat on Wyoming Game and Fish Commission owned lands?
Answered by: Ray Bredehoft, Chief, Habitat and Access Branch

Dan, what is the difference between a Hunter Management Area and a Walk-In Area?
Answered by: Dan Smith, Regional Access Coordinator / Senior Game Warden

Tina, what is the Cutt Slam and what are the submission rules?
Answered by: Tina Walker, Executive Secretary, Fish Division

Regina, what are the boundaries of the Great Divide Basin that are open to shed antler hunting?
Answered by: Regina Dickson, Green River Regional Office Manager

Ian, The loss or decline of the quality of habitat is often mentioned as the primary cause of mule deer declines in the West.  What is the Wyoming Game and Fish Department doing to address habitat?
Answered by: Ian Tator, Statewide Terrestrial Habitat Manager

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