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Wyoming Game and Fish Investigates Deer Poaching

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is asking the public for information about the poaching of a mule deer buck that was illegally shot last weekend.

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Hunters Close In On 2013 Wyoming Wolf Hunt Limit

Hunters already are closing in on killing their annual limit of wolves in northwest Wyoming.

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Photo Courtesy Todd Cook via National Weather Service
Photo Courtesy Todd Cook via National Weather Service
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Wyoming Game and Fish Names New Jackson Warden

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has named Kyle Lash as the new south Jackson game warden.

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Donation to Help Meeboer Lake

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says a donation by Trout Unlimited should help the fish population in a small lake west of Laramie.

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(Photo: OnyxDog86, flickr.com)
(Photo: OnyxDog86, flickr.com)
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2nd Wyoming Wolf Hunt Area Closed

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the quota in another wolf area has been met and will be closed for the remainder of the season.

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David McNew/Getty Images
David McNew/Getty Images
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Game and Fish Has Online Walk-in Atlas

CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — The Wyoming Game and Fish Department says the walk-in hunting atlas is no long available in print but can been accessed on its web site.

The walk-in atlas contains information on hundreds of walk-in areas where hunters can access private lands for a variety of species

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Game and Fish Relocates Grizzly Bear Near Cody

CODY, Wyo. (AP) — Workers with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department trapped and relocated a young grizzly bear over weekend in northeastern part of the state.

The game department says the yearling bear was captured because it was damaging apple trees along the south fork of the Shoshone River

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Wyoming Game Department Seeks Info About Poached Deer

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is seeking information about poachers who killed a buck mule deer and left the body to rot east of Laramie over the weekend.

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Wyoming Game and Fish: Hunters Need Bear Spray

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is urging hunters and others who go into the back country to be cautious in grizzly country and carry bear spray.

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Jamie Squire, Getty Images
Jamie Squire, Getty Images
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Liz Cheney Pays $220 on Fishing License Ticket

Records show U.S. Senate candidate Liz Cheney has paid $220 after she was ticketed for buying a Wyoming resident fishing license when she hadn't lived in Wyoming for a full year, as required.

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