Many hunting applications opened in the new year on Jan. 2. Here is the list with closing deadlines:

  • Elk: Non-resident applications close Jan. 31. Residents close May 31.
  • Deer: Residents and non-residents close May 31.
  • Antelope: Residents and non-residents close May 31.
  • Spring Turkey: Residents and non-residents close Jan. 31.
  • Moose, sheep and mountain goat: Residents and non-residents close Feb. 28.

Visit our website for application modify/withdraw dates and landowner application dates and details. wgfd.wyo.gov/hunting

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The Wyoming Game and Fish Department manages and conserves more than 800 species of fish and wildlife across Wyoming.  For nearly 120 years, we’ve carried out our mission to conserve wildlife and serve people. Through these efforts, the Wyoming Game and Fish Department ensures the public continues to enjoy Wyoming’s vast fish and wildlife resource  through  hunting, fishing, trapping, wildlife watching and other forms of outdoor recreation. Hunters, anglers and wildlife watchers contribute over a billion dollars to Wyoming’s economy each year.