The time change is behind us, and the spring and summer months are close. That means Wyoming is about to become active, especially with the Game and Fish Department.

Public season-setting meetings, commissioner meetings, AIS check stations, bears stirring from their winter naps, animals beginning to give birth, license deadlines, regulation changes, and big game hunting seasons will be here soon.

There's no such thing as a dumb question.

If you're an outdoors enthusiast, hunting and fishing, camping, hiking, trail riding, and exploring, you may have questions. Wyoming Game and Fish wants to answer those questions, and we're your direct line to the organization.

Every week on Casper's only outdoor radio show, Wyoming Hookin' & Huntin' Outdoors, Wyoming Game and Fish shares important information the public needs. To ensure you're getting all the info you want and need, we want to hear from you if there's something you're wondering.

Do you have a concern about the way the seasons are set? Are you looking for ways to keep your property safe from bears, mountain lions, or other predators? Why must you stop and do AIS checks every time you pass a check station?

No matter the question, ask away.

You can ask your question by going to the station's app, clicking the message or voicemail button, or Sending an email.

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Someone from Game and Fish will answer the question you submit every week.

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