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NonResident Region F

NonResident Region F

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Hunt Area 115 - Thorofare

Hunt Area 115 - Thorofare

There are no major season changes occurring for the 2020 season in order to allow for continued increases to population size (little to no doe harvest), buck numbers and buck age classes. Production within the herd should increase with higher fawn rati...

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Hunt Area 114 - Wall Mountain

Hunt Area 114 - Wall Mountain

There are no major season changes occurring for the 2020 season in order to allow for continued increases to population size (little to no doe harvest), buck numbers and buck age classes. Production within the herd should increase with higher fawn rati...

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Hunt Area 164 - Nowater

Hunt Area 164 - Nowater

It?s believed a winter die-off of mule deer occurred during the latter part of the 2018/19 winter within this herd unit, specifically in Hunt Areas 37, 39 and 164. Overall, hunter satisfaction declined from a 72% satisfied rate in 2018 to a 60% satisfi...

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Hunt Area 109 - Bald Ridge

Hunt Area 109 - Bald Ridge

There are no season changes occurring for the 2020 season in order to allow for continued increases to population size (low to no doe harvest), buck numbers and buck age classes. Currently within the Clark?s Fork mule deer herd we have placed 10 trail ...

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Hunt Area 28 - Hunter Mesa

Hunt Area 28 - Hunter Mesa

This herd continues to be below the postseason population objective based on simulation population modeling. WYGFD plan to maintain that season structure for two years (2020-2021). These recommendations have primarily been to control deer numbers and r...

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Hunt Area 117 - Franc's Peak

Hunt Area 117 - Franc's Peak

The 2020 hunting season structure is again fairly conservative in order to promote herd growth. All current Type 1 license quotas were unchanged to still allow for buck harvest opportunity. However, if buck ratios continue to decline, reductions in som...

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Hunt Area 118 - Upper Gooseberry Creek

Hunt Area 118 - Upper Gooseberry Creek

The 2020 hunting season structure is again fairly conservative in order to promote herd growth. All current Type 1 license quotas were unchanged to still allow for buck harvest opportunity. However, if buck ratios continue to decline, reductions in som...

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Hunt Area 25 - Tongue-Goose

Hunt Area 25 - Tongue-Goose

This herd continues to be below the postseason population objective based on simulation population modeling. WYGFD plan to maintain that season structure for two years (2020-2021). These recommendations have primarily been to control deer numbers and r...

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NonResident Region J

NonResident Region J

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Hunt Area 125 - Fifteen Mile

Hunt Area 125 - Fifteen Mile

The Basin mule deer herd unit has mostly supported conservative hunting seasons in recent years in order to help promote herd growth. Fewer deer were observed in this herd unit in 2019, compared to previous years. Only 373 mule deer were classified in ...

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Hunt Area 31 - Salt Creek

Hunt Area 31 - Salt Creek

The current season structure has resulted in very stable annual population and harvest metrics over the last five years. WYGFD manage this white-tailed deer herd based on hunter and landowner satisfaction. Hunter satisfaction has consistently been high...

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Hunt Area 36 - Badwater

Hunt Area 36 - Badwater

It?s believed a winter die-off of mule deer occurred during the latter part of the 2018/19 winter within this herd unit, specifically in Hunt Areas 37, 39 and 164. Overall, hunter satisfaction declined from a 72% satisfied rate in 2018 to a 60% satisfi...

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Hunt Area 163 - Middle Fork

Hunt Area 163 - Middle Fork

This herd has been below the population objective for more than a decade, however WYGFD have not had a reliable population estimate until this year. In an attempt to increase deer numbers, WYGFD have maintained a conservative season structure, with sho...

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Hunt Area 102 - Aspen Mountain

Hunt Area 102 - Aspen Mountain

The 2020 hunting season for the South Rock Springs mule deer herd is more conservative than what has been offered in recent years. The first of these low fawn ratio years was 2016. However, given low fawn production, survival, and recruitment of the la...

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Hunt Area 141 - Green River

Hunt Area 141 - Green River

The 2019 hunting seasons continued to be conservative as in past years to allow for population growth in the herd unit. The 2020 hunting seasons limit harvest to bucks using general license hunters for most hunt areas, opening on September 15 and closi...

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Hunt Area 112 - Ishawooa

Hunt Area 112 - Ishawooa

There are no major season changes occurring for the 2020 season in order to allow for continued increases to population size (little to no doe harvest), buck numbers and buck age classes. Production within the herd should increase with higher fawn rati...

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Hunt Area 165 - YU Bench

Hunt Area 165 - YU Bench

Mule deer abundance and subsequent harvest have continued to decline in the Greybull River Herd. Habitat degradation from invasive species (cheatgrass) is likely the primary driver behind long-term population decline for mule deer herds living in low e...

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Hunt Area 138 - Boulder

Hunt Area 138 - Boulder

The 2019 hunting seasons continued to be conservative as in past years to allow for population growth in the herd unit. The 2020 hunting seasons limit harvest to bucks using general license hunters for most hunt areas, opening on September 15 and closi...

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Hunt Area 10 - Rochelle Hills

Hunt Area 10 - Rochelle Hills

Following excellent productivity and survival in 2014 and 2015, this herd unit experienced significant growth after reaching a nadir 35% below objective in 2012. Type 1 license issuance in limited quota HA 10 was augmented 20% and the season extended s...

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