Private landowners say they're satisfied with Wyoming's hunting and fishing access program

(Cheyenne, Wyo.) - The Wyoming Game and Fish Department reported today that the majority of hunters and landowners are satisfied with their Private Lands Public Wildlife Access Program. The survey revealed that 91.7 percent of landowner respondents are satisfied with the program, which works to enhance and maintain public hunting and fishing access onto private lands and landlocked lands. “Working in partnership with landowners to increase quality hunting and fishing access to privately-owned lands and landlocked public lands is important for effectively managing wildlife populations, mitigating agricultural damage and building relationships between landowners, sportsmen and the Game and Fish,” said Scott Edberg, deputy chief of the Game and Fish Wildlife Division. For the full annual report, visit the Wyoming Game and Fish Department website. #shortgo #news