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The skeleton of a building is going up north of Cody as Wyoming Game and Fish continues constructing its new, bigger, and better Cody Regional Office. Construction is ongoing at the site for the new Wyoming Game and Fish Department Cody Regional office building. And now, that progress has become more visible as crews begin…

Much needed rain brings relief to Yellowstone National Park, which means the park is less dangerous and restrictive for the final weeks of the summer season. Recent weather has finally brought moisture to northwest Wyoming. Rain showers and thunderstorms saturated the ground at a critical time, particularly in Yellowstone National Park. During the week of…

Anglers can fish freely during the afternoon in Yellowstone National Park, as Juky’s fishing closure is lifted as water flows increase and rivers cool down. Officials at Yellowstone National Park lifted a fishing closure enacted last month. Now, fishing can resume in the park’s rivers and streams from sunrise to sunset as specified in the…

An unseasonably warm summer is forcing changes in Yellowstone National Park, as the survival of fish is prioritized over people’s pleasure in the park’s waters. With Summer 2021 continuing to be hot and dry, wildlife across Wyoming are struggling to stay cool. Yellowstone National Park is no exception, but now persistent conditions require new rules…

Where shall we fish? Here is the answers!

If you’ve ever wanted to flex your muscles at identifying invasive critters, Wyoming Game and Fish has a free training session right up your alley. The Cody region of the Wyoming Game and Fish Department is offering training for members of the public to become certified Wyoming aquatic invasive species (AIS) inspectors. The training will…

The 2021 Wyoming Legislature passed several bills making changes to the Wyoming Game and Fish Department laws and regulations that benefit Wyomingites. The department has summarized the notable Game and Fish-related bills passed in the recent legislative session, how they will impact Wyomingites, and the next steps for implementation. All the bills listed will go…

Wetter adventures are pricer in Yellowstone, as park officials hope to use water recreation fees to fund the fight against nonnative trout and invasive species. Yellowstone National Park is implementing higher fees for fishing and boating in 2021. It’s the first significant fee increase for these outdoor recreation opportunities in several years. Many of the…


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