Wyoming Bow hunting Season,Regulations and license fees

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Wyoming Bow hunting Season,Regulations and license fees

Wyoming is an overlooked state when it comes to hunting games and wildlife concentration. You will be pressed to find out about this part of the country. The state is abundant in grassland, wide stretched alpine ranges, and desert plains, making it a hunting paradise.

There’s hardly any state with breathtaking landscapes and a diverse range of numerous outdoor activities. But that’s not all; Wyoming is also the least populous, which makes the terrain balance for all sorts of hunting games. Bowhunting in Wyoming couldn’t get any better.

Hunters have a list of hunting options, including Elk, mule deer, and antelope, which are common for all hunters.

Wyoming Bow Hunting Season

Hunting General Season Months
Antelope Aug. 15-Nov. 20**
Elk Aug. 15-Jan. 31**
Deer Sept. 1-Nov. 30**
Moose Sept. 1-Oct. 31**
Bison Aug. 15-Jan. 31*
Black Bear Aug. 1-Oct. 31**
Mountain Lion Sept. 1-Apr. 30**
Turkey Sept. 1-Dec.31**

License Fee in Wyoming

Category License Type Fee
Archery Nonresident $72
Archery Nonresident Youth $12
Archery Resident $16
Archery Resident Youth $6

Total Area and Regulations for Hunting by the State

Wyoming is a state having over 30 million acres of public land. The state regulates the hunters to use a longbow, recurve bow or compound bow of not less than forty (40) pounds draw weight. Apart from that they must also use an arrow equipped with a broadhead or expanding point designed to have a minimum cutting width of one (1) inch after impact to hunt animals like antelope, bighorn sheep, black bear, deer, goat, mountain lion, or gray wolf. To hunt elk, grizzly bear, or moose, a hunter must use a longbow, recurve bow or compound bow of not less than fifty (50) pounds draw weight. They must also acquire an arrow equipped with a broadhead or expanding point designed to have a minimum cutting width of one (1) inch after impact.

Fun Facts About Bow Hunting in the State

It’s so much fun and exciting being in the presence of an elk in the rutting season.  Facing these aggressive elks during this mating season surely is a challenge.

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