About Hunting in Wyoming

In 2020 it remains the same to conserve wildlife and serve people. That is something that will not change currently. In particular the largest priority is the very important restoration and connectivity of fish and wildlife migration areas , there is going to be a comprehensive plan to maintain the overall health and diversity of wildlife within a state. This strategy provides a technical foundation in the statewide habitat plan.

The contributions made from the hunts commences go a long way to furthering this plan. As much as there are opportunities to provide for our families and friends there is also a way to give back to the foundations that work hard to be sure that it doesn’t leave , whether through emergencies or not.

Wyoming Hunting Seasons

Big Game: Deer, Elk, Black Bear, Bison, Antelope, Mountain Lion, Bighorn Sheep, Mountain Goat

Small Game: wide range

Birds: Turkey, wide range

Wyoming Hunting zones

Wyoming Hunting Season Dates 2021

Listed below are a variety of dates that take into account the animal, the choice of weapon as well as sometimes the counties where only those hunts are being held. If you would like to know more, there are links at the bottom. The general season dates are outlined in tables for a quick reference and protocol as to what to quickly expect moving forward for this year.

Wyoming General Elk/ Deer Season

Deer (firearms)Nov 1 – Jan 31
Deer (bow)Sept 1-30
Elk (firearms)Aug 31- Jan 31
Elk (bow)Sept 1- 30

Bear Hunting Season 2021

Black Bear (Firearms)May 1- June 15 & Sept 1-
Nov 15
Black Bear (Bow)May 1- 14 & Aug 1- Sept 30
Grizzly BearSept 15- Nov 15

Overall Game Hunting Season 2021

MooseSept 1 – Nov 20
BisonAug 15- Jan 31
AntelopeSept 1- Dec 31
Mountain LionSept 1- Aug 31
Bighorn SheepSept 1- Dec 31
Mountain GoatSept 1- Nov 15

Wyoming Hunting License Info

Bighorn sheep$152 ( w/ app fee)$2,320.00
Game bird / Small game /

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Hunting Guides in Wyoming

Antelope hunting guides

Elk hunting guides

Wyoming Hunting News

A chance to make new tracks for 2021, there is something so nice about being able to take advantage of all that’s to change. The year before absolutely was hard but with 2.75 million in high priority wildlife crossing projects that challenge is now working in conservation to ensure that people are able to be as responsible as possible.

This helps protect Wyoming by taking charge to serve people more heartily than ever, because when seemingly nothing was certain , one thing remained the same and that’s the great outdoors of WY. By putting half a million into projects it means that we will be able to use this hunting season to focus on the future and move forward possibly educating more on the COVID disease as well.

Links to Official Site

Wyoming State Regulation Site: https://wgfd.wyo.gov/regulations
Wyoming State PDF: https://wgfd.wyo.gov/Regulations/Regulation-PDFs/REGULATIONS_CH2.pdf