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Summer A Good Time to Take Hunter Safety Class

Wyoming law requires anyone born after 1965 to have hunter education before going hunting.

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Wyoming’s Aquatic Invasive Species Program Underway

Watercraft transported into Wyoming from March 1 through Nov. 30 must undergo a mandatory inspection by an authorized inspector prior to launching in any water of the state.

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Officials: Success Catching and Radio-Collaring Wolves

Protected by the Endangered Species Act in Wyoming as recently as 2012, wolves must be monitored because their numbers are few.

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Game and Fish Offers Forever Wild Progam [AUDIO]

The Wyoming Game and Fish announced the Forever Wild program, designed to provide outdoor training for families with limited outdoor experience. The Fremont County coroner is asking county officials there to hire a forensic pathologist

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Game and Fish: More Response Needed From Hunters on Surveys

In addition to the surveys for black bear, gray wolf and wild turkey, more completed surveys are needed from the elk and deer hunters who received survey requests.

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Application Deadline is Friday for Non-Resident Elk Hunters

Langston says the Game and Fish has gone to a total online application process because it is much more efficient and accurate than the paper application process and is easier for hunters to ensure their applications are received in advance of the deadline date.

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New Wild Bison License Regulations For 2014

Spokesman Al Langston says starting this year, applicants are required to submit the full license fee at the time of application.

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Gas Prices Steady For Now [AUDIO]

Two Alpine, Wyoming men cited for trapping violations. Gasbuddy.com says gas prices should go down slightly through the end of January, but motorists should expect increased price volatility in February

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Bull Elk
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Iron Mountain Elk Hunting Access Wrapping Up This Month

The Game and Fish has experienced a high volume of inquiries about participating in the program this month.

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More Waters in Wyoming Added To Special Winter Ice Fishing Provision

The three new waters added under the provision are Boulder Lake in Sublette County and Lake Hattie and Wheatland Reservoir #3 in Albany County.

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