Nov 29, 2012Wyo. lawmakers consider silencers on hunting guns
CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming lawmakers will decide in coming months whether to follow a growing national trend and allow the use of silencers on hunting guns.
Proponents say there's no reason to ban the devices that screw onto the muzzle of a firearm to catch the blast and muffle the sound of a...
Nov 16, 2012Hunting, fishing fee hikes advance
Bill that would raise many charges now moves to full Legislature
By Trevor Brown
CHEYENNE -- A plan to hike hunting and fishing fees in Wyoming is one step closer to becoming a reality.
A legislative committee has voted to sponsor legislation that would raise the...
Wyoming Tribune Eaglemore
Oct 21, 2012Elk foundation takes wounded veteran on hunt
JACKSON HOLE — The truck stopped.
The guide pulled out his binoculars and scanned an area to his left.
“It looks like there’s a couple out there,” Scott Covington said.
Covington, an Iraq war veteran, came to Jackson Hole to shoot an elk. But he wouldn’t shoot just any animal — he wanted...
Casper Star Tribunemore
Oct 17, 2012A case for hunting (by a non-hunter)
It was the first time of the season we would set our alarms for 4:30, fry eggs, mutter good morning and stumble out the door. The first time we would head into the Snowy Range for elk. The first time we would pull off on that long dirt road and open the truck doors to a barely-waking world.
Wyoming Wildlife Federationmore
Sep 23, 2008Room for both? Deer and Drilling on Little Mountain
ROCK SPRINGS -- The doe mule deer poked its head out from a wall of golden aspen trees near Trout Creek on Little Mountain on Friday afternoon. Spooked by the tour van, the animal turned and darted up the red-rock canyon shadowed by the setting sun behind Ramsey Peak.
Casper Star Tribunemore...