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Bull Elks In Yellowstone National Park
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Game and Fish Offering ‘Sportsmen’s Breakfasts’ in Laramie

Officials with the Wyoming Game and Fish Department are inviting hunters to join them for free breakfast in Laramie and Wheatland to share thoughts, ideas and questions about this year's hunting seasons.

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Adam Porter, Townsquare Media
Adam Porter, Townsquare Media
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Human Remains Found in Snowy Range Mountains ID’d

Carbon County authorities say human remains found by a hunter in the Snowy Range Mountains have been identified through dental records.

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Motorized Users Reminded To Stay On Open Roads And Trails

With rifle deer and elk seasons opening on October 1, hunters are advised that temporary closures are in effect on Medicine Bow National Forest Roads 553 (north of the community of Lake Creek to Muddy Park) and 588 (east of the community of Lake Creek).

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jennlynndesign, Flickr
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Women’s Antelope Hunt Set For October

The Wyoming Women's Foundation and the Wyoming Community Foundation present the first annual Wyoming Women's Antelope Hunt.

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Michael Smith, Getty Images
Michael Smith, Getty Images
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Game and Fish Works to Educate Youth on Poaching

Wyoming Game and Fish recently distributed posters in Laramie with graphic images from two poaching incidents accompanied by information about the penalties in each case. Both incidents on the poster involved WyoTech students.

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USFWS Mountain Prairie, Flickr
USFWS Mountain Prairie, Flickr
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UW-Led Research Shows Slight Decline in Big Game Antler, Horn Size

A team of scientists led by a University of Wyoming researcher recently reported that the size of trophy horns and antlers of most species of North American big game has declined slightly over the past century, most likely as a result of intensive harvest of males.

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Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Flickr
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, Flickr
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Gun or Bow Hunting? – Survey of the Day

The hunting season in Wyoming has gone from bow to gun. While many hunters enjoy both types of hunting, some find more of a thrill using a bow and arrow and others enjoy utilizing a rifle more. Which type of hunting do you prefer?

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David McNew/Getty Images
David McNew/Getty Images
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Wyo. Game and Fish Discusses Common Hunting Violations

Hunting season is underway for most small game in Wyoming. Multiple large game seasons are looming as well.

Wyoming Game and Fish is reminding hunters about rules and regulations they say are often overlooked.

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(Photo: pocketwiley, flickr.com
(Photo: pocketwiley, flickr.com
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Should Hunters Be Allowed to Use Silencers? Survey of the Day

A state legislative panel has endorsed a proposed bill that would allow silencers to be used while hunting any type of game in Wyoming. What do you think?

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bugeaters, Flickr
bugeaters, Flickr
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Hunting or Fishing? – Survey of the Day

Hunting and fishing have been a part of Wyoming life since people have been living on the land. Although they may not be a necessity any more, there are still many hunters and anglers in southeast Wyoming because it is such a great location for both.

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