The Wyoming Game and Fish Department and Sheridan County Sheriff’s Office are investigating property damage on a walk-in area in Sheridan County. With hunting seasons approaching, wildlife officials urge sportsmen to be respectful of landowners who open their land to hunting and fishing.

The Game and Fish Department pays most private landowners for leases for walk-in areas, but the land is still private and owners can remove access at any time.

Anyone who witnesses vandalism or any other illegal activity while hunting on private land can call the Game and Fish Department’s Stop Poaching Tip Line at 1-877-WGFD-TIP or can go to wgfd.wyo.gov.

 

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