With a Wyoming Super Tag license, winners experience one of the few ultimate hunting adventures in the West, but, in addition to the hunt of a lifetime, the 2017 Super Tag raffle has become a lot more super. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is partnering with several companies to offer the “Ultimate Hunting Gear Package.” Continue reading Wyoming Game And Fish Super Tag Raffle Becomes A Lot More Super
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department will be holding a public meeting to discuss mountain lion populations, their management and proposed hunting season quotas. The Game and Fish reviews Chapter 42 mountain lion regulations every three years and encourages all interested public to attend these meetings. Any changes in regulations or harvest strategies will be discussed at these meetings, and the information gathered will be summarized and brought to the Game and Fish Commission for final approval at their July 7-8 Commission meeting in Pinedale.
In addition, the Game and Fish will be proposing to combine several regulations regarding disabled hunters into one regulation. Game and Fish is also proposing to outline a process to make revisions to the Bighorn/Domestic Sheep Plan as well as simplifying their nongame wildlife regulation.
The meeting will be held at 6pm, Tuesday, May 24 at the Virginian Lodge in Jackson.
Hunters are familiar with Wyoming’s diversity of game species, abundant public lands, and the chance at harvesting a trophy animal. The state has one of the highest harvest success rates for hunters. In 2013, nonresident hunter success rates were very high and make Wyoming a destination for hunters looking for trophy class animals.
As a result of this successful reputation, big game licenses in areas with the potential to harvest trophy animals are extremely sought after. The Wyoming Game and Fish Department is raffling off the opportunity to provide hunters not only the chance to win a hunting opportunity for the species of their choosing, but also to pick the area they would like to hunt. This is truly an once-in-a-lifetime experience.
The Super Tag Raffle will be one drawing for a hunting license for each of the following species:
- Big Horn Sheep
- Black Bear
- Gray Wolf
- Mountain Goat
- Mountain Lion
- Wild Bison
To make the raffle even more attractive, any preference points accumulated by the successful applicant will be retained as well as both the 5-year waiting period for moose and sheep and the once-in-a-lifetime restrictions on bison and mountain goat licenses will be waived.
Additionally, there is the Super Tag Trifecta. This drawing is similar to the Super Tag, except there is only one winner and the successful applicant can select licenses for 3 of the 10 species listed above.
Tickets are very affordable, $10 each for the Super Tag and $30 for the Super Tag Trifecta. Applicants can purchase as many raffle tickets as they wish on the Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s website (https://wgfd.wyo.gov/elsapplication/ELSWelcome.aspx) January 2 through May 1. Successful applicants will be notified by May 15.