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Pheasant Hunting Kicks Off Soon! Here's All You Need To Know!
Pheasant season will begin in southeast Wyoming with the Springer Special Pheasant Hunt on October 14, with the regular season and Glendo hunt opening on November 1.
The Springer Special Pheasant Hunt runs for 18 days from October 14-31 and will include three youth-only days, which are on Saturday, O…
New Fast Pass For Springer Special Pheasant Hunt
There will be a much shorter wait as the Wyoming Game and Fish Department debuts a new check-in system at the Springer Special Pheasant Hunt faster, which will allow everyone to get into the field quickly to enjoy their hunt.
A new “Springer Special Fast Pass” will save eligible hunters considerable …
LOOK: Top Five Best Outdoor Stores In Laramie
Even though it is beginning to get colder, that does not mean that you can't still enjoy the outdoors! Hunting season is still ongoing, and soon the snow will come and bring perfect snowmobiling and skiing weather.
With this in mind, I know that I will need to update my gear for the colder …
Mullen Fire Burn Scar Reflections
Over Labor Day Weekend, I tagged along on a hunting trip in Medicine Bow National Forest. The most fascinating part was that we were in the middle of burn scars from the Mullen Fire in 2020.
WGFD Releases 2021 Hunting Forecast for Laramie Region
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has recently released its hunting forecast for the Laramie Region.
Pronghorn
Grassland herds in the north and east, including Iron Mountain (Hunt Area 38), Meadowdale (Hunt Area 11), Hawk Springs (Hunt Area 34), and Dwyer (Hunt Area 103) have declined over the past…
Gov. Gordon Announces Winner of Wild Bison Raffle
Governor Mark Gordon has recently announced the winner of the 2021 Wyoming Governor's Wild Bison raffle. This year's winner was Michael Lenz of Alpine.
This is the second year in which Governor Gordon has donated a bison license to support Wyoming wildlife conservation.
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Public Meeting on Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer
Deer hunters and other interested persons are invited by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department to a public meeting to discuss chronic wasting disease (CWD) management within the Laramie Mountains Herd Unit (Hunt Areas 59, 60, 64).
This herd unit has one of the highest prevalence rates of CWD in the st…

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