New and seasoned Wyoming hunters alike, welcome to the Sheridan region where we have a hunting abundance! Our long and rich tradition boasts an abundance and diverse wildlife, drawing hunters and photographers alike. These prized hunting grounds are comprised of public and private lands, both integral to maintaining the myriad of species for which we are known: mule and white-tailed deer, elk, moose, AND black bear; Birds – pheasants, gray partridge, sharp-tailed grouse and sage grouse, blue grouse, turkeys.
Walk-in access areas continue to gain in popularity in northeast Wyoming. These hunting and fishing areas are identified with signs, and can be located by using maps found in an atlas, which is available at the regional office and license agents.
Private land hunting opportunities require planning ahead for access by arranging for landowners permission to hunt, fish or travel through private property. To make these arrangements before purchasing a license or for answers to questions concerning your experience, contact the Sheridan Regional Office at 307-672-7418 or 1-800-331-9834 within Wyoming.
Also when in Sheridan, view the interesting wildlife displays, at the visitors center in the Regional Office, located East of exit 23 on I-90 with a panoramic view of the Bighorn Mountains.
The following varied hunting guidance and resources are offered for your ease and convenience in planning your next hunt in Northeast Wyoming. . .
* For Information on: Hunting etiquette and safety
* Where to purchase licenses
* Application deadlines
* State Board of Outfitters
* Poaching hotline