Wyoming Game And Fish Commission
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will meet on Thursday and Friday in Cheyenne. The commission may take action on several items, including regulations related to access to public records and the issuance of licenses, permits, stamps, tags, preference points and coupons.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission will meet on Nov. 13 at 9 a.m. in Buffalo and may take action on the state’s Wolf Management Plan and addendum, a revision to the hunter education policy, late migratory game bird seasons, and project funding requests from the Platte Valley Habitat Partne…
Fewer fish will be stocked, hunting and fishing accesses purchased and habitat projects organized, after the Wyoming Game and Fish Commission approved millions of dollars of cuts to the Game and Fish Department's 2014 budget Tuesday in Saratoga.
SARATOGA, Wyo. — The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is meeting in Saratoga this week.
GILLETTE, Wyo. — Cuts to fish and wildlife programs in the state passed another hurdle Thursday.
A bill before the Wyoming Legislature would allow people to take home roadkill.
CASPER, Wyo. -- The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission on Wednesday delayed voting on whether to lease water in Lake De Smet, and instead asked attorneys to hammer out more details.
CODY, Wyo. -- Wyoming Game and Fish urged Park County commissioners on Tuesday to consider measures to manage garbage around the community of Clark in order to reduce conflicts with bears.
CASPER, Wyo. — Despite recent declines in sage grouse in northeast Wyoming, a three-day hunting season will continue this fall.
CHEYENNE — The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission voted Wednesday to allow hunters to kill up to 52 wolves in the state this fall even as Gov. Matt Mead said he remains hopeful that Congress will act to exempt the state's wolf management plan from legal challenges he expects from environmental…
CASPER, Wyo. — Sage grouse hunting seasons may close in one area of the state and wolf seasons may open. Both species have been embroiled in fights involving the endangered-species list.
CHEYENNE, Wyo. -- The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is preparing to set hunting seasons for wolves and sage grouse at a meeting in Casper next week.
CHEYENNE - The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service on Tuesday released a plan for removing wolves from endangered species status in Wyoming that would codify a compromise between protections in the Yellowstone region and allowing wolves to be shot on sight elsewhere in the state.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Commission is asking for public comments on the state’s revised wolf management plan. Public meetings have been scheduled throughout Wyoming to elicit responses from citizens.
Anglers in Wyoming's Big Horn Basin will have a chance to hear proposals and provide comments on fishing regulations for 2012-2013 at a public meeting on May 10 in Room 70, Fagerberg Hall, at Northwest College in Powell. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. — Collecting antlers and horns shed from big-game animals is now prohibited on public lands in Wyoming west of the Continental Divide.
The Twin Creek Trail near Cody, Wyo., will be opened through Jan. 31 to accommodate the extended elk hunting season.
GREEN RIVER — Sportsmen and anglers will have to provide their Social Security numbers when purchasing or applying for Wyoming hunting and fishing licenses under a proposed new rule.
GREEN RIVER — It was on a lark that Cody businessman Don Bullock purchased a 16-foot, fiberglass runabout Marlin boat while searching for a trailer to buy in the Lake Havasu, Ariz., area last month.
GREEN RIVER, Wyo. - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reminds the public that most public lands west of the Continental Divide are closed to antler collection through the end of April.