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July 21

Free wildlife/scenic photography workshop, Laramie Game and Fish Office, 2-4pm

July 27

Free wildlife/scenic photography workshop, Green River Game and Fish Office, 2-4pm

July 28

Free wildlife/scenic photography workshop, Pinedale Game and Fish Office, 2-4pm

July 29

Free wildlife/scenic photography workshop, Jackson Game and Fish Office, 2-4pm

Game and Fish reminds boaters of keys to protecting Wyoming waters from aquatic invasive species

CHEYENNE - There is plenty of summer left to enjoy Wyoming’s boating opportunities. For those heading out boating there are some key steps to help protect Wyoming’s waters from aquatic invasive species. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds watercraft users of how to comply with the Aquatic Invasive Species (AIS) laws and regulations.
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Wyomingites asked to report dead sage grouse during West Nile virus season

GREEN RIVER - All Wyomingites, especially landowners, are again being asked to assist in the management of the state’s sage grouse populations this summer by immediately reporting dead sage grouse to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department so they can be tested for West Nile virus.
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Gillette chapter of Wyoming sportsmen group donates bear trap/transport trailer and habitat project funds to Game and Fish

SHERIDAN - The Gillette Chapter of the Wyoming Sportsmen Group (WSG) recently donated a bear trap/transport trailer and $3,500 for wildlife habitat to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department.
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Bowhunters of Wyoming donate to Game and Fish

CASPER - The Bowhunters of Wyoming (BOW) recently donated $1,185 to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Access Yes program. This donation helps to secure access for hunters and anglers across Wyoming, through the Private Lands Public Wildlife (PLPW) access program. That program funds monetary payments to landowners who grant hunters and anglers access to private land.
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How to release fish the right way

CHEYENNE - Catch and release has been a popular fishing practice for many years – and is especially popular among those who enjoy fly fishing for trout. As the summer fishing season progresses, waters in streams and lakes naturally start warming, which increases the importance of following fish-handling steps to help improve survival of fish that are to be released. At this time of year, waters are lower and warmer than they were a month ago. The resulting higher water temperatures can place extra stress on fish.
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