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, October 16, Sunday, October 24, and Saturday, October 30...
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 time during check-in at the Springer Special Pheasant Hunt, which typically takes several minutes p
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 months, as well as find some sweet sales on last year's summer gear. If ...
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department has recently released its hunting forecast for the Laramie Region.
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 four years...
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.
If close counted, a group of Yellowstone wolf pups would be given credit for being excellent hunters. Unfortunately for them, in the wild it doesn't count as a new video shows that they cornered an elk, but didn't know what to do next.
Several new bills have been passed by the 2021 Wyoming Legislature to put new laws and regulations in place that will now need to be followed by the Wyoming Game and Fish Department. Many of the new laws and regulations will have a direct impact on the public as well.
A South Dakota hunter just shared a video of one of his most epic backcountry encounters, but it didn't happen in the Dakotas. It's 2 huge bull elk that he came face-to-snout with in Wyoming's Bighorns.