Wounded Veteran Hunt Program
Wyoming Wildlife Federation participates in the Wounded Veteran Hunt program, which thanks wounded service men and women for their duty and service by providing them with a complementary hunting experience in Wyoming's beautiful backcountry. For more information about these hunts, please read about the Wounded Veteran Hunt through WWF's Executive Director, Steve Kilpatrick, "Want a Rewarding Hunt? Try a Wounded Veteran or Youth Hunt".
The Wounded Veteran Hunt program has been sponsored by Encana, and would not be possible without their donations.
Wyoming Game and Fish Department LinksAccess Maps: http://gf.state.wy.us/accessto/clickmap.asp
Outdoor Calendar: http://gf.state.wy.us/services/news/newsletter/09/01/090110_16.asp
WGFD monthly E-Newsletter - http://gf.state.wy.us/newsview/frmselect.aspx
WY Hunter Mentor Program - http://gf.state.wy.us/Huntermentor/index.asp
Other Helpful LinksBack Country First Aid for Horses
Hunting:For Draw Results (Resident/Non-Resident Antelope, Deer and Resident Elk) - http://gf.state.wy.us/DrawResults/frmSearch.aspx
For Sage Grouse Core Area management information visit: http://gf.state.wy.us/wildlife/wildlife_management/sagegrouse/index.asp
For newest Sage Grouse Core Area locations view map at: http://gf.state.wy.us/wildlife/wildlife_management/sagegrouse/DRAFT_v3core_finalposter1_1.pdf
If you don't get your application in on time, you won't draw a tag. Find out Application Dates and Deadlines for Wyoming tags and mark your calendar.
Can't find your copy of the regulations and want to check if the season is still open? Check the Wyoming Hunting Regulations online:
Interested in checking out a new hunting area? Do you think you are a good hunter? Compare how long it took you to fill your tag last year to the average hunter for your area. The Wyoming Harvest Reports can help you research the success rate for new areas and tell you how many days it took the average hunter to fill their tag: http://gf.state.wy.us/wildlife/hunting/stats/harvest/index.asp
Ever wonder why you never draw that special tag? How many preference points does it take to draw a moose tag? Demand varies considerably by area. Check out the Wyoming Drawing Odds. Make sure you also check the maps or the Private lands Public wildlife Program to be sure you can obtain access:
Ever wish you could get permission to hunt on private land? Donations to the Access Yes! Program have gained access to over 2 million acres of private land. Consider making a donation when you purchase your license. For details on Wyoming Private Lands Public Wildlife Program check out:
2007 Hunting Guide - http://www.laramieboomerang.com/7220/HuntingGuide07.pdf
Before you go fishing make sure you know the regulations for this season: http://www.wyomingpublicmedia.org/post/new-state-fishing-regulations-are-unveiled
View the state fishing records for walleyes, whitefish, trout, bass, etc. = http://gf.state.wy.us/fish/fishing/stats/records/index.asp
Are you ready for a challenge? Find
out the details about the Wyoming Cutt Slam
Program. Catch the four sub-species of
Cutthroat trout in their native range in
Wyoming and get a certificate recognizing the
Wyoming Cutt Slam Program:
So you finally caught the big one? How does it rate? Check out Wyoming Record Fish:
Fishing From a Woman's Perspective: http://www.shelovesflyfishing.com/index.html
Wyoming Sportsmen thank Governor Freudenthal:
Here at WWF, we work hard to represent our members' interests!
At the end of June 2008, nine newspapers around the state ran a thank you advertisement from sportsmen and women to Governor Freudenthal (see above). We chose the timing of the advertisement to coincide with the Western Governor's Association (WGA) meeting. Governor Freudenthal is chairman of WGA. With the heads of 19 states and 3 Pacific island territories in Jackson, Wyoming to discuss regional topics affecting the West, we wanted to make sure that our Governor received our thanks, and that sportsmen's interests were noted. Our goal was to bring sportsmen together from all over the state, to speak with one voice, and thank the Governor for his efforts to have energy development conducted responsibly in our state.And we succeeded! In the end, we had 82 endorsements from a wide range of businesses (butchers, taxidermists, retail shops,outfitters, gunsmiths), sportsmen's groups (local, statewide, and national), and professional organizations. We had a great time getting out around the state, meeting a wide range of people who are all really passionate about protecting the excellent hunting, fishing, and outdoor recreation opportunities that we are so lucky to have here in the Cowboy state.