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More people fishing in Wyoming

More people are buying fishing licenses in Wyoming according to recent Wyoming Game and Fish Department data. The increase of 6% in sales last year represents a growing interest in fishing as well as...

 

New rules on scouting for game animals with aircraft

With the evenings getting cooler in Wyoming, many hunters are turning their attention to scouting for the fall hunting seasons. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is reminding hunters that it is illegal to use aircraft to do their scouting or aid...

 

Upland game bird, small game seasons open Sept. 1

September 1 marks the opening for a variety of small game and upland bird species hunting season. Bird hunters can look forward to setting out for mourning dove; sora and virginia rail; snipe; early Canada goose; blue, ruffed, and sharp-tailed...

 

Be aware of deer hunting regulation changes

Those hunting deer during the special archery season should be aware of a significant change to Wyoming Game and Fish Commission deer hunting regulations for the 2016 hunting season. Archers can no longer take “any deer” in hunt areas open to...

 

Game and Fish enhancing efforts to educate about fish stocking program

As you prepare for the spring and summer fishing season, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is continuing to make sure your favorite fishing spots are stocked with fish. Some of those will be big enough for this year, others are investments in the...

 

Positive changes coming to Grayrocks Public Access Area

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department wants anglers and other sportsmen to be aware of some upcoming changes at Grayrocks Reservoir Public Access Area (PAA). The Grayrocks Reservoir PAA is located seven miles south of Guernsey and nine miles...

 

Game and Fish requests return of stolen trail camera

Biologists with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are hoping the person who stole a trail camera that was collecting data on mule deer migration will come forward and return the equipment. The trail camera was set up beneath a highway underpass...

 

Ice fishing for burbot on the Gorge helps fisheries managers

The subzero temperatures Sweetwater County experienced in December will likely produce some of the best ice fishing season Flaming Gorge Reservoir anglers have experience for several years. With two burbot ice fishing derbies coming up at the end of...

 

Key dates for Wyoming hunting near

As the year comes to an end hunters should be aware of several important dates. 2016 application information For those hunters planning to hunt in 2016, applications for residents, non-residents, and landowners open 8 a.m. MST on Jan. 4, 2016. This...

 

Ask Wyoming Game and Fish

Q: Can I purchase my 2016 fishing and small game licenses now? A: Yes, you can purchase 2016 licenses for fishing and small game now and be set to go on Jan. 1, 2016. Don’t forget that you will also need to purchase a 2016 Conservation Stamp. You...

 

Catch all the burbot you want; just don't litter with them

Anyone who fishes for burbot in southwest Wyoming can’t deny the excitement they feel when they land one of those huge, slimy, eel-like, invasive burbot. They’re invasive because someone or some group of people illegally introduced the fish into...

 

WGFD invites high school students to enter Conservation Stamp art contest

Wyoming high school artists interested in Wyoming’s wildlife are alerted that beginning Jan. 1, 2016 the Wyoming Game and Fish Department will begin accepting artwork for the 2017 Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art Contest. Each year Game and Fish...

 

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