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Wyoming Game and Fish implores this fall’s hunters to prepare their transport and disposal plans for their fall trophies. Not doing so risks the spread of the fatal Chronic Wasting Disease. While most hunters are planning to succeed in their fall hunts, that’s only part of their plan. Game and Fish has transport and disposal…

Make sure you know where you’re hunting. As the Fall 2020 hunting season approaches, Wyoming Game and Fish encourages everyone to review the rules and – most importantly – the boundaries of the Bighorn Basin’s walk-in and hunter management areas. There are 83 hunting walk-in areas and 11 HMAs providing hunters free public hunting access…

Another bear has a new relocated home outside the East Entrance. This Tuesday, another grizzly – this time, a sub-adult male – was captured and relocated from private lands near the Buffalo Fork River drainage northeast of Jackson to the Five Mile Creek drainage, five miles from the East Entrance. This is the third grizzly…

Be very very quiet – its Bighorn Sheep hunting season . . . starting Saturday. Wyoming Game and Fish has announced it’s opening the bighorn sheep hunting season beginning August 1 through August 31 in the Owl Creek drainage portion of Bighorn Sheep Hunt Area 5. This new, earlier hunting date is exclusively for Hunt…

A local lassoed mule deer has been untangled. Yesterday afternoon, Wyoming Game and Fish game wardens and wildlife biologist ended a prolonged search to find and liberate one of Cody’s resident buck deer, who had a 12-foot lasso thoroughly tangled in its antlers. Game and Fish wildlife biologist Tony Mong said this buck was difficult…

If you see a dead grouse, call it out. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking the entire state to be on the lookout for deceased sage grouse – excluding roadkill – and then calling in their discovery to their Game and Fish regional office. Particularly, any sage grouse found in remote areas that…

Its always good to be bear-aware, but under current circumstances its even more important. As part of an annual ongoing effort, Wyoming Game and Fish has commenced with the capture and release of grizzly bears throughout the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. This is to help scientists and wildlife officials better understand the population dynamics of grizzly…

Wyoming Game and Fish has a message for anglers: if catch a trout, call it out. Game and Fish just recently captured, tagged, and released trout in the North Fork of the Shoshone River, which they anticipate will turn up in other waterways. If you catch any of these trout during your next angling trip,…

 It’s for a bird!! Its for a buck! It’s Super Tag! Yes, once again it’s time for The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Super Tag raffle. Since 2014, the raffles have raised nearly $5 million for wildlife conservation and big game management in Wyoming. 2019’s Super Tag raffle raised over $1 million dollars alone. This…

We might call it Rattlesnake Mountain, but several organizations spent 2019 making it a lot less deadly for Cody’s wildlife. It doesn’t just serve as one of the iconic peaks of Cody – Rattlesnake Mountain is considered high-quality year-round habitat for elk, moose, mule and whitetail deer, black bear, grizzly bear, blue grouse and turkey.…


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