no coyote license for Wyomng?

Discussion in 'Coyote Hunting - From 10 Yards to over 1,000 Yards' started by tactical creek, Sep 27, 2011.

  1. tactical creek

    tactical creek Member

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    Is that correct? I cant find anything on there fish and game sight.

    no license? no season? no limit? Recently have moved here, trying to stay above the law.

    Tac Creek
     
  2. HARPERC

    HARPERC Well-Known Member

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    Yes it's true-feels strange doesn't it. I keep thinking sell me a small game license or something just so the judge can see I tried to do it legal.
     

  3. cowboy

    cowboy Well-Known Member

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    I( believe prairie dogs are on the same status.
     
  4. outwest1

    outwest1 Active Member

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    nope, no licence at all for coyotes. where did you just move from + what part of wy you in?
     
  5. Magnumitis

    Magnumitis Well-Known Member

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    Nope.. no license, no nothin'. Gotta love Wyo.
     
  6. C.O. Shooter

    C.O. Shooter Well-Known Member

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    Ill be there on the 30th of October for a whitetail/mule deer hunt. Im bringing along a Foxpro FX5 to see if I can stir something up! I can not wait!
     
  7. 300 ultra

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    what about Foxes and Badgers. I never shoot them in wyoming because I dont know if you need a fur bearers licenses or not.
     
  8. WyoElk2Hunt

    WyoElk2Hunt Well-Known Member

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    No license for foxes but badgers require fur bearers license.
     
  9. 300 ultra

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    thanks..
     
  10. tactical creek

    tactical creek Member

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    thanks!!

    Wish I knew of some guys around here to help me out and learn the terrain
     
  11. newmexkid

    newmexkid Well-Known Member

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    Wyoming is just about wide open. Just make sure you stay off Indian land. When I moved to Wyoming I was lost. However, I checked with the Game and Fish and bought topo maps of the surrounding areas. Also, found tons of places by just fixing a couple of sandwiches and driving around. As winter sets in MAKE sure you are equipped to hunker up for the night if you should get stuck or breakdown. I hunted a bunch of Sublette county but, man there are some wide open spaces down in the Southwestern part of the state. Good Luck.
     
  12. Alaska_Seth

    Alaska_Seth Well-Known Member

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    Absolutely do not shoot or get caught about to shoot any furbearers, badgers are tempting because of how often they are whacked during prairie dog hunts.

    My parents live in Casper, and I was down there about 2 years ago with dad out to whack some prairie dogs.

    We were down by Seminoe and on a big piece of BLM when a Warden pulled up and started talking to us. He had just given some Minnesota residents a several thousand dollar fine for the 3 badgers they had whacked in their truck.

    Not 100% sure but I think they lost that years hunting licenses as well. It's been a couple years.

    Nonresident Trapping license is $400.